Death of Steve Jobs after use of ‘alternative therapies’ examined on Autopsy: The Last Hours Of…

Headshots of Steve Jobs in footage from Autopsy: The Last Hours Of...

Steve Jobs, who died after a battle of pancreatic cancer in October 2011

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of… on REELZChannel tonight looks at the death of Steve Jobs and whether anything could have been done to prolong his life.

The series — which last week looked at the death of Patrick Swayze and before that at the death of Natalie Cole and Prince — sees forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Hunter investigate the Apple co-founder’s medical records and conduct in-person interviews.

In the episode he looks at how Jobs reportedly attempted to treat his cancer with alternative therapies rather than have surgery for nine months after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2003.

Dr. Hunter says: “Steve was diagnosed as having pancreatic cancer — 95 per cent of people die within 12

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