Steve Jobs Refused Liver Transplant from Apple CEO Tim Cook

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Apple CEO Cook offered Steve Jobs part of his liver, book reveals.

Apple CEO Tim Cook offered to donate a portion of his liver to Steve Jobs when he was in need of a donor, Brent Schlender and Rick Tetzeli report in their book “Becoming Steve Jobs: The Revolution of a Reckless Upstart Into A Visionary Leader.” The book doesn’t launch until March 24, but blog Cult of Mac was able to see some snippets early through Amazon’s “Look Inside the Book” feature.Tim Cook and Steve Jobs remove their microphones after a news conference at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., July 16, 2010. (REUTERS/Kim White) Steve Jobs turned down a partial liver transplant from now Apple-CEO Tim Cook two years before he died of cancer, according to a new biography on the tech icon. Mr Cook also found that they shared the same blood type. “He cut me off at the legs,” said Mr Cook, “almost before the words were out of my mouth. ”No’, he said, ‘I’ll never let you do that.

I’ll never do that.’” “It was: ‘No, I’m not doing that!’ He kind of popped up in bed and said that,” Cook said. “And this was during a time when things were just terrible. I’ll never do that.'” “Becoming Steve Jobs” provides a look at both the business and personal sides of Jobs through interviews with his closest confidants, including Cook. Steve only yelled at me four or five times during the 13 years I knew him, and this was one of them.” VF.com has reached out to Apple to confirm the conversation.

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