Jonathan Dame reports:
Charles River Medical Associates says it lost a portable hard drive believed to contain personal information and x-ray images of everyone who received a bone density scan at its Framingham radiology lab within the past eight years. That is, 9,387 people.
The practice mailed letters Monday to the patients whose medical records are missing. The hard drive stored names, dates of birth, patient identification numbers and bone density scan images dating back to 2010.
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