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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Authorities say hackers who attacked a University of New Mexico Cancer Center computer may have accessed personal information for up to 2,365 people, possibly including Social Security numbers.
UNM Health Sciences Center officials say data accessed in the July 17 attack also may have included first and last names, addresses, telephone numbers and dates of birth.
Officials say the data accessed varied for different patients. The university has contacted all affected patients in letters mailed Wednesday.
Forensic analysis found that no electronic medical records or financial information was hacked.