Michael Schumacher Update: Formula One Legend Still Unable To Talk And Walk! ‘Schumi’s’ Medical Records Being Offered For Sale?


Michael Schumacher Update: Formula One Legend Still Unable To Talk And Walk! ‘Schumi’s’ Medical Records Being Offered For Sale?
Michael Schumacher Update: Formula One Legend Still Unable To Talk And Walk! ‘Schumi’s’ Medical Records Being Offered For Sale?

Michael Schumacher update reveals the statement of medical experts saying that the Formula One legend is still unable to move or speak.

In a report by the Australian edition of the

“Schumi” is still unable to walk and talk despite being removed from the medically induced coma and being responsive during his transfer from Grenoble Hospital in France to his rehabilitation ward in Lausanne, Switzerland.

“During the 120-mile road journey from Grenoble to Lausanne, he kept his eyes open for long periods,” Dr. Franckowiak described the Michael Schumacher update in a report by UK’s.

Michael Schumacher is currently undergoing rehabilitation after being involved in a skiing accident in the French Alps back in December 2013. After being in the artificial coma for nearly six months, “Schumi” has awakened and was removed from intensive care.

But despite these developments, a number of neurologists still believe that the 45-year old Ferrari driver may not fully recover from this ordeal.

“He will remain an invalid all his life and will always remain dependent on others’ help,” neurology specialist said about the Michael Schumacher update in a report by

Meanwhile, alleged copies of Michael Schumacher’s medical records have reportedly been offered for sale, according to manager Sabrine Kehm.

In a report by , Kehm and the rest of Schumacher’s camp have not been able to determine the authenticity of the said documents.

“We cannot judge if these documents are authentic,” Kehm said. “However, the documents are clearly stolen. The theft has been reported.”

“The contents of any medical files are totally private and confidential and must not be made available to the public,” she added.

Kehm also issued a warning that charges will be filed against the perpetrators who made the said documents 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,” Kehm said.

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