Shocking: Steve Jobs May Have Only Six Weeks to Live

In mid-January, Steve Jobs, the Apple CEO, took the medical leave to rest on home. But, we haven’t a little bit idea that Mr Jobs is so much struggling with his health. Internet is a buzz with the rumour that Apple CEO Steve Jobs may have only six weeks to live. US-based tabloid National Enquirer claims to be publishing photos of Jobs taken on February 8 outside Stanford Cancer Center that show the Apple founder looking extremely thin and frail.

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As to the confirmation from, Jobs, who is now 55 years old, is in Palo Alto, California to attend the Stanford Cancer Center.

Before Swayne had died on September 2009, he was also spotted to be in the said Stanford Cancer Center as well while he had been having his pancreatic cancer that time.

Jobs’ present features can be boldly decribed in the photos published by the US tabloids such as the National Enquirer.

The Enquirer reported that Jobs is suffering from pancreatic cancer and may have only six weeks to live.

According to Dr Jerome Spunberg, a physician with 40 years experience;

He is terminal. What you are seeing is extreme muscle wasting from calorie depravation, most likely caused by cancer. He has no muscle left in his buttocks, which is the last place to go.

Also, according to Dr Samuel Jacobson, Critical Care physician;

Judging from the photos, he is close to terminal. I would say he has six weeks. Only about 4 per cent of patients with any form of pancreatic cancer live longer than five years

Steven Paul Jobs, commonly known as Steve Jobs is a co-founder likewise the Chief Executive Officer of the Apple Incorporated.

He served the Pixar Animation Studios with the position of Chief Executive and in 2006 and then he was lifted to be one of the board members for the Walt Disney Company.

With his positions in the two most recognized company, he was able to be given credits in the film Toy Story in 1995 where he was the executive producer.

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