Can Fans Hope For a Full Recovery?
Michael Schumacher was at the Georges Pompidou hospital in Paris undergoing an experimental stem cell treatment.
No further details of the F1 legend s condition have been revealed at this point.
It is understood the 7-time F1 World Champion was registered at the Paris clinic under a fake name for security reasons.
His current medical treatment revolved around an experimental stem cell surgery.
Surgeon Professor Philippe Menasche had welcomed Michael Schumacher into his care about a week back.
The 69-year-old veteran surgeon is well known for performing the world’s 1st embryonic cell transplant on a patient with heart failure.
Michael Schumacher has reportedly visited Georges Pompidou hospital in Paris twice before by helicopter.
The German F1 driver s health has been a closely protected secret since he suffered fatal brain injuries in a skiing accident in 2013.
Schumacher s racing career saw him accumulate a record 7 world titles and the most amount of wins (91) ever for a race driver.
But after the ill fated skiiing accident the German driver was placed in a medically induced coma for nearly 6 months.
In June 2014 he was released from the hospital & has since been receiving personalized medical attention at home near Lake Geneva in Switzerland.
Michael Schumacher s medical costs are said to be to the tune of ú115,000 a week from a team of 15 nurses and physicians.
Michael Schumacher s net worth, as estimated 4 years ago, stood at a whopping $780 million.
Earlier this year Schumacher’s long term manager shared an interesting anecdote into the Formula 1 driving ace s character.
Sabine Kehm shared this story about the warm hearted Michael Schumacher on the F1 podcast “Beyond the Grid”.
Sources: Youtube, Express UK
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