Steve Jobs’s cancer may cause Apple Inc.’s Stock falling down
Steve Jobs, the 55 year-old renowned Apple “genius,” was recently photographed at the Stanford Cancer Center exiting out of his vehicle just one day after having been seen working “a full day” at one of Apple’s campuses. Wondering the updates of iPhone, iPad, Macbook, and all Mac’s killer machine?, stay tune.
The photos apparently show an emaciated and frail looking Jobs, who had announced to employees in mid-January his decision to go on medical leave saying, “The board of directors has granted me a medical leave of absence so I can focus on my health.”
These recent sightings have prompted speculation that Jobs may have relapsed back into cancer. In 2004, Jobs publicly revealed his battle with pancreatic cancer and he subsequently underwent surgery. In 2009 he received additional cancer treatment in Switzerland and later a liver transplant before resuming his busy work schedule.
Statistics taken from The National Cancer Institute reported that pancreatic cancer, also called exocrine cancer, caused the deaths of 36,800 individuals in the US in 2010. The statistic also reported that 43,140 new cases surfaced that same year.