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While a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is often tantamount to a swiftly executed death sentence, a biopsy revealed that Jobs had a rare—and treatable—form of the disease.
If the tumor were surgically removed, Jobs' prognosis would be promising: The vast majority of those who underwent the operation survived at least ten years.
The revelation of his brush with death remained—like everything involving Jobs and Apple—a tightly controlled affair.
In fact, nary a word got out until Jobs' tumor had been removed.
Apple entertained no further questions about Jobs' health, citing the CEO's need for privacy.
No one learned just how long Jobs had been sick—or that he had contemplated not having the surgery at all.
Yet to the horror of the tiny circle of intimates in whom he'd confided, Jobs was considering not having the surgery at all.