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The Son He Gave Up For Adoption... Is Steve Jobs of Apple

The Son He Gave Up For Adoption... Is Steve Jobs of Apple

Fifty years ago, an infant was given up for adoption by Abdulfattah John Jandali and Joanne Simpson. That child grew up to be Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple. Apparently Jandali only learned a few years ago that this famous business leader was his son, and has since tried to contact his Jobs by email. But he's concerned about making further outreach as he doesn't want to be perceived as pursuing Jobs' fortune. 

Read the whole story.  

Do you think it is important for biological parents and children to meet at some point?

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JanieHenderson JanieHenderson 5 years
I believe that medical and genetic information is crucial for all people. Adoptees don't have access to that without a court order to open sealed records. That is not right.
MariettaSole MariettaSole 5 years
Only if both want or need to. That is the decision for them to make, no one can decide for them. Sometimes it ends good and sometimes it's sad or negative. A chance they have to take if they choose to.
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