“The man deserves a little privacy, especially considering he stepped down from an active role at Apple (AAPL Quote) in order to focus on his health,” Hall writes. “Apple has been trying to protect Jobs’ right to medical privacy. Sadly, the doctors who treated him haven’t extended the same courtesy. I can only hope that Jobs authorized the hospital to provide some information to the public because honestly it’s none of our business what happens between a patient and doctor.”
MacDailyNews Note: The Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute made it rather clear in the opening sentence of their statement yesterday: James D. Eason, M.D., program director at Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute and chief of transplantation confirmed today, with the patient’s permission, that Steve Jobs received a liver transplant at Methodist University Hospital Transplant Institute in partnership with the University of Tennessee in Memphis.
Hall continues, “This is a technology powerhouse filled with talented people who have demonstrated a more intuitive understanding of what consumers desire from their technology than Research in Motion, Nokia, HP, Dell or pretty much any other company.”
Hall writes, “Let that guide your investment decisions and give Steve Jobs a break from all the undue scrutiny of his health.”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Note: Did you know that each organ and tissue donor saves or improves the lives of as many as 50 people? Each day, about 77 people receive organ transplants. However, 19 people die each day waiting for transplants that can’t take place because of the shortage of donated organs. Giving the “Gift of Life” may lighten the grief of the donor’s own family. Many donor families say that knowing other lives have been saved helps them cope with their tragic loss. More info about organ and tissue donation can be found here: OrganDonor.gov
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “JES42” for the heads up.]