Apple’s Boss Steve Jobs Receives Cancer Treatment Where Patrick Swayze Was Patient … 6 Weeks to Live?


Say a prayer for Apple’s co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs.

Radar-on-Lineis reporting that Apple boss Steve Jobs, who is currently on a medical leave,  is receiving cancer treatment at the same clinic where Patrick Swayze was a patient in his final days before he passed. The 55 year old Jobs announced on January 17, 2011 that he was going on a medical leave to concentrate on his health. 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.

According to the UK Daily Mail, pics in the Enquirer show a frail and weak Steve Jobs whose health condition might be worse than previously stated. The tabloid reported that Jobs is stricken with pancreatic cancer and may have just six weeks to live. How absolutely sad, if true.  One of the great business minds of our times stricken by an all too common killer, cancer.

But today shocking new pictures were published in the supermarket tabloid the National Enquirer which suggests things are worse than Apple would have the world believe.

The Enquirer claims that the man behind the iPod, iPhone and iPad is stricken with pancreatic cancer and may have just six weeks to live.

Posted February 16, 2011 by
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