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Report: Steve Jobs receiving treatment at cancer clinic

Chad Brady (admin)
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Steve Jobs – who is on another medical leave of absence from Apple, the company he co-founded and manages as its longtime CEO – is receiving treatment at a cancer clinic where Hollywood star Patrick Swayze was a patient in his final days.

RadarOnline.com has confirmed Jobs, 55, has been attending the Stanford Cancer Center in Palo Alto, California, where Swayze sought radical chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer before his death in September, 2009.

The skeletal-looking Apple boss was photographed outside the clinic in images set to be published in the next edition of The National Enquirer.

Full Story: EXCLUSIVE DETAILS: Steve Jobs Receiving Treatment At Cancer Clinic Where Patrick Swayze Was Patient | Radar Online

  • zim2012

    whatever
    apple is full libruls !
    founded by a communist back in the 60′s has ties to george soros ….
    hey glen help me out here , im not good at this .

  • 8of12

    Being very sick is awful. I do hope that he is making as amazing strides as possible (he has all ready!) and whatever that can be done is being done. When the rich, powerful, popular (i.e. MJ Fox) get sick, it sheds light on the plight of the disease itself, and hopefully gives funding / resources to getting closer to a cure. All the best to Steve Jobs and his family.

  • relayer10

    Since it has not yet been confirmed, let’s hope for the best for Mr Jobs. A true visionary that demonstrates what entrepreneurs can do when allowed to it. How many millions of people are employed because of Apple and all the subsidiary industries and products. Perhaps he can yet inspire us all to focus on excellence, and look for actual solutions to problems. That is Apple, at it’s core. If our country strove for the same ideals…how much better would we be?

    Say a prayer, and hope for the best. Godspeed Steve Jobs, and thank you!

    • zim2012

      you do know its all made in china , right ?

  • 1TrueOne55

    I will let him R.I.P.

    He is on the Road to Death, you really can’t stop it only slow it down some. Apple has taken this into account. Many will miss him when he goes, of which I will be one. I just wished that some kids had not stolen my Newton 110 PDA in 1994, I would have liked it as a reminder of Jobs’ forward thinking in the tech sector.

    Dear Steve,

    Hope you see God in a peaceful way…we will miss you when you go.

  • MacWell

    “The man who changed the world”. There aren’t too many people who can say that, but this man, along with his partner Woz, in a garage in Cal literally did just that. I knew from the first time I logged on to the WWW, that we entered a new dimension. A tool that will bring the entire world together, find the answers to all questions, and allow everyone to see that he or she isn’t that different from everyone else.

    • 1TrueOne55

      I believe that there was more than Steve and WOZ in that garage in the ‘hood.