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Planned Parenthood Breach: 400K Patients’ Personal, Clinical Data Stolen in Ransomware Attack

Letters and emails sent to patients November 30 to notify them about the attack

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The personal and clinical information of about 400,000 patients of Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (PPLA) was stolen in October in a ransomware attack, the organization announced Wednesday.

In letters and emails sent to patients November 30 to notify them about the attack, Planned Parenthood wrote the files involved in the breach contained patients’ names, addresses, insurance information, dates of birth, and clinical data, such as diagnosis, procedure, and/or prescription information, the Daily Mail reported.

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