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Steve Jobs Refused Pancreatic Cancer Surgery For 9 Months -- And Regretted, It, Biographer Says

10/21/2011 02:21 pm ET | Updated Dec 21, 2011

Steve Jobs, who died of pancreatic neuroendocrine cancer earlier this month, did not allow doctors to perform what could have been potentially life-saving surgery for nine months, according to the former Apple chief executive's biographer Walter Isaacson.

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