Washington: Apple co-founder Steve Jobs refused early surgery for the pancreatic cancer that eventually took his life, according to his official biographer. Walter Isaacson, in an interview with the CBS show "60 Minutes," excerpts of which were released yesterday, said Jobs, who died on October 5 at the age of 56, told him he eventually regretted the decision to put off the operation. Isaacson, whose book, "Steve Jobs," goes on sale on Monday, said doctors told Jobs that the disease was "one of these very slow-growing five percent of pancreatic cancers that can actually be cured."
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