North West hospitals have been forced to cancel operations and brain scans because imaging equipment is still offline following a cyber attack.
Many patients have been praising NHS staff for the way they've handled the crisis.
Some nurses even used their own mobile phones to take pictures of patients results and then ran them through to doctors.
The latest news is that several hospitals in the region they include Blackpool,Chorley,Preston,Southport and Ormskirk.
And it can mean a worrying time - and long waits for patients.
You can watch Elaine Willcox's report below.
Meanwhile Jeremy Corbyn and Tim Farron have both been speaking to nurses at the Royal College of Nursing Conference in Liverpool today.
The Labour leader says government cuts exposed the NHS to cyber attack.
The leader of the Liberal Democrats didn't mince his words either, criticising the government for hospitals using outdated systems.
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