a) He refers in the blog post to a friend that died recently, Jobs died just a few days before.
b) 'This friend was diagnosed with the deadliest of diseases ...'. Jobs had pancreatic cancer, a deadly and swift-moving cancer.
c) He didn't take enough time off work – Jobs is well known to be a workaholic
d) 'He had a healing miracle' – reports abound that Jobs was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer 9 months before he had his first whipple operation. He admitted to making dietary changes in interviews.
e) Schulze refers to Jobs' emotional trauma that he suffered during his career – sounds like it could fit with him being fired from Apple, the company that he created.
f) 'He worked at a large manufacturing company . . .' – Apple?
g) And finally, there is a picture of Steve Jobs in his home office (http://www.spd.org/images/blog/Time%20Jobs%204.jpg).
On one shelf he has a whole lot of what looks like tinctures from American Botanical Pharmacy – Dr Schulze's company.
Just a guess, but.