Steve Jobs waited nine months to get surgery for the pancreatic cancer that eventually killed him, saying it was too invasive, a decision he later told his biographer he regretted. That biographer, Walter Isaacson, makes the revelation in a 60 Minutes interview due to air on Sunday, CBS News reported today. He says Jobs's family pleaded with him to get the potentially lifesaving surgery earlier, but Jobs sought alternative cures first.

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