Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft dies of cancer at age 65
Paul Allen co-founder of Microsoft dies at 65 from complications with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. He was treated for the health condition in 2009, later on, October 1, the disease triggered back to him. “Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is rare Hodgkin’s disease, a cancer of the lymphatic system.”
Paul Allen is one of the great minds behind the Basic computer language. He along with Bill Gates started Microsoft in 1975. Paul Allen in his personal life he is a huge music lover, author, entrepreneur and a philanthropy.
Paul Allen in 1983 he moved out from the executive position and remained on the board of directors. It’s in 2000 he resigned from Microsoft completely to focus on his investment business and philanthropic endeavours.
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