“I’m vertical” – Steve Jobs announces to Apple staff after a liver transplant

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A lot had been written about Steve Jobs, some good, some bad, some inaccurate – the latter is mostly about the cancer he had.  I came across this clip published by an Apple Mac publication and it contained a video of Steve the day he returned to Apple after having a liver transplant and had recovered from the procedure.  In it he said “I’m vertical” in classic Jobs language and positive outlook.  Watch the clip here:

The article is a good one except it falls for the usual trap – that he had Pancreatic Cancer.  I made a comment of course – you might like to too.   It’s probably too late to amend and adjust the thousands of articles that are misleading about his cancer type but just be aware that my Steve Jobs summary article attracts many reads outside the community so I guess every little helps.

Steve Jobs died a little more than 2 years after this speech. 

The article from Mac Observer is here.

 

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Ronny

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2 thoughts on ““I’m vertical” – Steve Jobs announces to Apple staff after a liver transplant

  • Kathy Peoples

    Interesting that Jobs was experiencing kidney stones. I just experienced my first stone this week after 18 years with NET. Hoping that is not indicative of spread to the pancreas.

    • Kidney stones are pretty common with multiple causes. I have a small one forming 7mm. Small intestine NET.

      According to NHS

      do not drink enough fluids

      are taking some types of medication

      have a medical condition that raises the levels of certain substances in your urine

      I don’t drink enough water!

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