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Steve Jobs Had a Liver Transplant in April

Steve Jobs Health Update

On the same day the iPhone 3G S debuted in Apple and AT&T stores across the country, the The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple's CEO Steve Jobs received a liver transplant two months ago in a Tennessee hospital. They also noted that he is recovering well and plans to be back at work later this month, as planned, on a part-time basis.

Now keep in mind that the WSJ isn't revealing its sources for this news, so nothing has been officially confirmed. But it was announced in early January that he was considering a transplant after complications from his treatment for pancreatic cancer, so this news isn't completely far-fetched.

In my mind, no news is good news, so without an official announcement from Mr. Apple himself, I think it's safe to say we'll be seeing him back in action in a couple of weeks. And liver transplant or not, we sure hope his downtime has put him back on track with his health . . . we sure did miss seeing him at the WWDC this year.

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