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I am sorry to hear this;
There is a legal option called a "Motion to Quash". It would need to be filed in the court that made the ruling; one would need to file the motion along with what is essentially a legal research paper (a Memorandum of Points and Authorities) that would cite case law as to why the release of the information is irrelevant to the case, and why it is a violation of the privacy of the person to whom the medical information pertains. A few minutes please as I'm reviewing some information.
Here is a case that discusses the privacy of one's medical records:
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