Apple’s Steve Jobs’ Death: Another Liver Transplant May Have Been Needed, Doctors Say
Read report on what may have been the reason for Job’s death too soon:
Steve Jobs lived more than seven years with a rare form of pancreatic cancer that grows more slowly than the common kind. But his need for a liver transplant two years ago was a bad sign that his troubles with the disease probably were not over.
Medical experts unconnected with his care say Jobs most likely needed the transplant because his cancer came back or spread. They said his death could have been from cancer, the new liver not working, or complications from immune-suppressing medicines to prevent organ rejection.