Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 6th Oct 2011 00:02 UTC
Apple On its website, Apple has just confirmed that its co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, has passed away at age 56. After bringing the company back from the brink of bankruptcy and turning it into one of the world's most succesful technology companies, Jobs lost the battle with pancreatic cancer.
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RE: I'm angry
by mistersoft on Thu 6th Oct 2011 12:26 UTC in reply to "I'm angry"
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Big ups to Mr Jobs. My sympathy too goes out to his loved ones. It is too young! A quick remark though re: 'no progress on cancer' - I've lost some very dear relatives to cancer including some really nasty ones, mesothelioma and pancreatic cancer too, so understand the shear frustration many suffer. I've also worked in cancer research and can assure you an awful lot of very dedicated people have worked long hard hours to understand the (wide wide) variety of cancers and possible therapies - and this may dishearten some, but the truth is, there will rarely be any 'cures' for any cancer types, just better therapies.. ..though there will be those! It's not a 'disease','s when the very very complicated machines that our bodies are aren't quite working perfectly's just part of life ..and death I'm afraid. sorry to get sciencey there. RIP!

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