Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs died of respiratory arrest

London, Oct 11: Steve Jobs died of respiratory arrest that spread through his pancreatic cancer, according to the death certificate of the Apple co-founder.

Jobs died on Oct 5 at his home in Palo Alto. However, no postmortem was conducted on him.

Jobs’ death certificate which lists his line of work as ‘high-tech entrepreneur’, revealed that Jobs suffered from “metastatic pancreas neuroendocrine tumour” for the past 5 years, said a report by the BBC.

Steve was diagnosed with cancerous tumor in his pancreas in 2004 following which he underwent a pancreaticoduodenectomy for the same, after which the tumour was thought to have done away with successfully.

Steve Jobs’ death, an irreplaceable loss has left many mourning, especially the world of technology, which may never get over it.

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