Apple CEO undergoes successful cancer surgery

Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple Computer and Pixar, underwent successful surgery to treat an early stage pancreatic cancer over the weekend. He is expected back to work in September (I guess he's waiting until the G5 iMacs come out).

According to articles in the Wall Street Journal (Apple CEO Undergoes Successful Surgery) and the San Francisco Chronicle (Apple co-founder Jobs undergoes surgery to remove cancerous tumor), the surgery was successful and he is expected to fully recover.

The cancer is a pancreatic islet cell neuroendocrine tumor and side effects are expected to be minimal, as no chemotherapy or radiation therapy should be required.