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January 25, 2011
Patients at Bruyere Family Medicine Centre in Ottawa are being warned
that some of their personal information may have been on two computers
that were recently stolen.
Bruyere Continuing Care said in a statement that neither of the
computers contained any medical information, but said data for patients
seen at the clinic between 1971 and July 1, 2006 may be on the
Personal data may include name, date of birth, street address, telephone
number or health card number. The data breach could affect up to 60,000
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