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Veteran interviewer Barbara Walters announced her "10 Most Fascinating People of 2011" Wednesday, choosing the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs as her No. 1.
Jobs died in October at just 56, after an eight-year battle with cancer, and although the ABC special chose him earlier in the year after he announced his retirement, Walters and the program's execs decided to stick with their choice even after the tech visionary passed away.
Watch his tribute as the Most Fascinating Person of 2011.
Among those surrounding Steve Jobs before he passed away was his younger sister, Mona Simpson.
In an emotional eulogy at his memorial service, Simpson described her brother's final moments, saying he gazed at his wife and children and uttered three times, "Oh, wow."
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Apple CEO Steve Jobs refused a potentially life-saving surgery after finding out he had pancreatic cancer, according to biographer Walter Isaacson. Jobs later admitted he regretted the decision.
Rather than having the surgical procedure, Jobs tried alternative therapies, explaining he didn't want to have the operation because it was too invasive. Jobs ended up having the surgery nine months later. Isaacson, who will appear on "60 Minutes" on Sunday, said Steve initially attempted to treat the disease with various treatments, including "diet and a spiritualist."