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Steve Jobs -- 6 More Weeks to Live :(

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Vincent

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The American Company "National Enquirer" has announced that Apple-boss Steve Jobs (55) only has 6 more weeks to live. Reuters lets know that on the other side, Jobs has a meeting with President Obama on Thursday.
Jobs has pancreascancer. End-january Mr. Jobs announced that he'd stay home and concentrate on his health.

It looks even more bad than Apple has told to the public. Jobs should now be in a hospital in Californië, where Patrick Swayze (an actor) died.

Doctors who have seen the picture of Jobs say that he only has 6 more weeks to live, it looks "terminal".
Source: http://www.hbvl.be/nieuws/buitenland/aid1019383/steve-jobs-heeft-nog-6-weken-te-leven.aspx (Dutch Site)

What are your thoughts?
 

Lawrence

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Take what the National Enquirer says with a grain of salt. They publish some questionable material, ie: Woman gives birth to 2-headed alien. Of course it would be 2-headed, who would want to read about a woman giving birth to a single headed alien?

They do exaggerate, greatly. With that said, once in a while they do get something right.
 

Tigratrus

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::nods::
Very sorry to hear that the pancreatic has come back... That's not generally something you get a reprieve from, even once. Having just lost an uncle to cancer, I hope it's an unfounded rumor. But if it's not, I sincerely hope Steve gets the privacy he deserves to focus on his personal priorities now. I wish him all the grace that's possible, he deserves it.
 

Vincent

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He's currently attending the Stratford clinic.

Hopefully things will improve. Though, those clinicians have only seen pictures, and haven't done any form of examination.
Indeed, I hope they can do something. That man is my hero.

Take what the National Enquirer says with a grain of salt. They publish some questionable material, ie: Woman gives birth to 2-headed alien. Of course it would be 2-headed, who would want to read about a woman giving birth to a single headed alien?

They do exaggerate, greatly. With that said, once in a while they do get something right.
I hope they don't have it right now :S

::nods::
Very sorry to hear that the pancreatic has come back... That's not generally something you get a reprieve from, even once. Having just lost an uncle to cancer, I hope it's an unfounded rumor. But if it's not, I sincerely hope Steve gets the privacy he deserves to focus on his personal priorities now. I wish him all the grace that's possible, he deserves it.
I'm sorry to hear about your uncle.
And that's true bro ;)
 

grant sarver

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Done well for "two guys in a garage". Sad indeed. Charisma personified. Brought Apple to the pinnacle after it was nearly sunk by the corporate mentality. Same thing that separates XF from VB in my mind.
 

kilcher

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Oh please. The source is the National Enquirer. For those of you not from the U.S. it's a tabloid newspaper one step above toilet paper.

Their 6 week predictions are from doctors in an unrelated field who based their comments on a photo of him leaving a clinic. They have not examined him in any way.

It's bogus.
 

Fred Sherman

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Take what the National Enquirer says with a grain of salt. They publish some questionable material, ie: Woman gives birth to 2-headed alien. Of course it would be 2-headed, who would want to read about a woman giving birth to a single headed alien?

They do exaggerate, greatly. With that said, once in a while they do get something right.
Happens in Texas every day.
 
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