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Dr. Ramzi Amri, a researcher at Harvard Medical School, claims that Steve Jobs had a mild form of cancer that is rarely fatal and that his choice of treatment ignored all conventional methods of treating it.
During a 2005 commencement speech at Stanford University, Steve Jobs revealed that his doctors told him his type of cancer was incurable and gave him 3 to 6 months to live.
According to a 2008 CNN Money article, Jobs decided to employ alternative methods to treat his pancreatic cancer, hoping to avoid the operation through a special diet.
These alternate methods were said to be an influence of Jobs' Buddhist beliefs.
The researcher said the former Apple's CEO's death last week at age 56 was "unnecessarily early."
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