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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France

From what I've read elsewhere he's pretty much a vegetable at the moment, the only good news from this seems to be that he's finally woken up feel sorry for his family.

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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France

If he aint walking or talking,is their any REAL hope for him

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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France

Michael Schumacher's medical notes stolen, manager reveals: Claims documents are being touted for sale
  • Sabine Kehm said documents for the coma-stricken star had disappeared
  • The 'genuine' dossier is being touted for sale on the internet
  • Ms Kehm threatened legal action if any of information was made public


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Documents said to be Formula One legend Michael Schumacher’s medical notes have been stolen, according to his manager.
A brief statement issued by the German's spokesman, Sabine Kehm, said documents for the coma-stricken star had disappeared.
The dossier is being touted for sale by someone who claims it to be the genuine medical notes of Schumacher, who has been in hospital since December 29 last year after a horrific skiing accident.
Ms Kehm threatened legal action if any of the information was made public.
She said: 'For several days stolen documents and data are being offered for sale. The offeror claims them to be the medical file of Michael Schumacher.
'We cannot judge if these documents are authentic. However, the documents are clearly stolen. The theft has been reported. The authorities are involved.
'We expressly advise that both the purchase and the publication of such documents and data is forbidden. The contents of any medical files are totally private and confidential and must not made available to the public.
'We will therefore, in every single case, press for criminal charges and damages against any publication of the content or reference to the medical file. We trust for your understanding.'
It is not clear if the alleged notes originated from Grenoble Hospital, in France, or from University Hospital Lausanne, in Switzerland.
Schumacher was transferred from Grenoble to Lausanne on June 16 to begin rehabilitation.He is unable to talk or walk, despite some reports, and continues to slip in and out of consciousness.
It was 25 weeks ago that Schumacher, a very competent skier, suffered his life-threatening accident.
He was holidaying with family and friends in Meribel, where he owns a chalet.
It comes just days after it was claimed he had his eyes open and was conscious during his transfer from a French hospital to a facility in Switzerland, according to reports.
It was said that Schumacher, 45, was able to communicate to ambulance staff by nodding his head.
Schumacher was transported 120 miles from Grenoble Hospital to University Hospital Lausanne on Monday morning.
The report in the Swiss tabloid Blick stated that the ambulance was operated by Sanitätoberwallis, a company based in Visp in the canton of Valais rather than from Grenoble or Lausanne.

Ambulance staff were not told the identity of the world-famous patient in advance. They also had to relinquish their mobile phones on arrival at Grenoble.
Matthias Volken, medical superintendent of the ambulance firm, said: 'I can confirm that we carried out the drive to transfer (Schumacher) on Monday.'
The paper said Schumacher had lost a lot of weight during his 170 days in hospital since the accident.
Schumacher did not speak, but he communicated by nodding his head and had his eyes open for most of the journey, the paper said.
The hospital where he is now being treated is one of Switzerland’s best and has renowned neurology experts.
It is in the city of Lausanne, just 20 miles from Schumacher's home, where he lives with his wife Corinna and two children.
It is almost 25 weeks ago that Schumacher, a very competent skier, suffered his life-threatening accident.
He was holidaying with family and friends in the French resort of Meribel, where he owns a chalet.
On Monday his manager Sabine Kehm announced that he was no longer in a coma and had been transferred to Lausanne where he will undergo a lengthy rehabilitation regime.


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...r-reveals.html

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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France

I thought he died.

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I hope he at least recovers enough to have awareness and communication abilities even if they're like Prof Hawkins...He still has a very long road to travel yet.

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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France

Michael Schumacher 'will be able to live relatively normal life' former Ferrari boss claims as he reveals his condition continues to improve


Michael Schumacher can expect to lead 'a relatively normal life' but will never drive a Formula 1 car again, the former boss the Ferrari racing team has said today.

Jean Todt spoke on Schumacher's condition shortly after visiting him at his Swiss mansion where he is being cared for in a purpose-built medical suite.

The 45-year-old former race ace returned to his home with his wife and children two months ago after being discharged from a rehabilitation clinic in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Schumacher spent time in the rehab clinic after coming out of his medically-induced coma following a ski accident in the French Alps on December 29 last year, which left him with catastrophic brain injuries.

'We must assume that Schumacher can lead a relatively normal life again within a short period of time,' Jean Todt said.

'We can say that he can probably never again drive a Formula 1 car. But he is fighting. His condition improved, and what is just as important is the fact that he is now at home with his family.'

The news is a boost to Schumacher fans worldwide who have heard nothing of his condition since he was moved to the house.

'In the past weeks and months, he has made progress in relation to the severity of his injury,' said Todt, now president of the International Automobile Federation after visiting him last week.

'But a long and hard road is in front of him. Hopefully things will improve. His family is close to him. He needs time and peace.'

Schumacher is being cared for by a team of 15 experts at his home. It is understood he remains immobile and unable to speak.

The team at Gland, where a purpose-built mini-clinic has been constructed inside the Schumacher mansion, consists of 15 people, most of them provided by the Lausanne clinic.

His care at home is estimated to be costing his family 100,000 pounds per month.

At the end of the year his father Rolf is moving from his home in Germany into a specially constructed residence built for him in the grounds of the 35 million pound Schumacher mansion at Gland, on the shores of Lake Geneva.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...s-improve.html

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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France



Plenty of room for a medical facility in his "house" and a "Granny Flat" at the bottom of the garden


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And he wouldn't race the Indy 500 because he said it was too dangerous.

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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France

I don't consider myself materialistic BUT holy shit that mansion!!!!!
I wish Schumacher's wife would allow him to be part of one live interview so we could see for ourselves what kind of 'progress' he's made. Having a hard time believing what the media has been told because he was in a coma for so long after his accident.

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Re: *UPDATE* Michael Schumacher Injured in Skiing Accident in France

I'm guessing that he is severely speech impaired...I think he would have made a short video for his fans if he could talk even if it was from his bed or a wheelchair...He may have lost a lot of his faculties and has poor comprehension or the accident has left him unable to speak properly...I think the man has a very poor quality of life now and is very dependent on others and likely will remain so for the rest of his life.

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