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Thursday, 24 July 2008 07:25

Talk of health concerns stalks Jobs

Written by David Stellmack

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Investors still concerned and worried

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is still in the news, not because of a product announcement or poor financial performance, but instead because investors and fan boys alike are concerned that the company’s most important asset might be hiding a potential health problem.

The news that Jobs might have health concerns has been fueled by the media, fan boys, and investors alike. It seems now, however, that reports are that Jobs has been reassuring people that he is fine, but instead battling some nutritional issues after his cancer surgery. Medical information seems to back this up, saying that the type of cancer surgery that Jobs had can lead to weight loss and low energy.

While Jobs has yet to comment publically or release a prepared statement, it seems that he might have to do this to calm the investors and fan boys down who continue to worry.

Last modified on Thursday, 24 July 2008 08:17

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