The The Wall Street Journal has reported that Apple CEO Steve Jobs recently underwent a liver transplant. Jobs has been on a leave of absence from the company since January, and the report says that the transplant about two months ago in an undisclosed hospital in Tennessee.
This results in a median wait of 48 days for a liver transplant. Why Jobs needed a liver transplant, which’s possibly associated with his pancreatic cancer from 2004. The five-year survival rate for all liver transplants is around 75 percent.
Apple spokesperson said
“Steve continues to look forward to returning at the end of June, and there’s nothing further to say.”