Steve Jobs Regretted Delaying Cancer Surgery 9 Months, Biographer Says

Steve Jobs, the visionary Apple co-founder who died earlier this month at 56, admitted to biographer Walter Isaacson that for nine months he refused to undergo surgery for his pancreatic cancer -- a decision he later regretted as his health declined. In advance of the Monday release of his book, "Steve Jobs: A Biography," Isaacson told the CBS News program "60 Minutes" that Jobs said he initially felt the surgery would be too invasive. "I've asked [Jobs why he didn't get an operation earlier]...Full Story
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