Earlier today, Steve Jobs talked publicly about his life saving liver transplant for the first time at a press conference where California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger introduced new legislation to encourage and make easier organ donation.
Jobs, whose health was a subject of great speculation before he eventually took a leave of absence from Apple in January 2009, spoke of the gap between the amount of livers needed and the amount available in California. The Apple CEO ultimately received his transplant in Tennessee.
You can see Jobs’ remarks at around the 13:00 mark in the video below. Meanwhile, for details of what California is doing to improve the organ donation process, check out Governor Schwarzenegger’s site.