Schumacher Is Being Treated In Paris Hospital Secretly: Reports

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Michael Schumacher is secretly admitted in a hospital in Paris and will be treated with cutting-edge stem-cell therapy, as reported by a local French newspaper.

Written By Avantika Shukla | Mumbai | Updated On:
Michael Schumacher

The Formula 1 star Michael Schumacher is secretly admitted in a hospital in Paris and will be treated with cutting-edge stem-cell therapy, as reported by a local newspaper of France. The F1 Champ suffered a fatal head injury in an accident that took place while skiing in the French Alps in 2013. There has been no appearance of Schumacher ever since as his family is maintaining strict privacy. Earlier reports suggested that he is bedridden and various treatment are being done. The hospital, however, refused to comment on it stating privacy issues. 

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Secrecy maintained over the treatment

Along with the Paris hospital Georges-Pompidou, the manager of Schumacher also denied commenting on the treatment. The report even claimed that according to its sources, Schumacher was twice in the same hospital earlier with a different name with a team of doctors. It even said that there are over ten guards with few equipped with earphones to keep a check on the patient. The family is strict about the privacy of their patient. His home at Geneva is surrounded by forest and huge walls to protect him from unnecessary limelight. This year in January, his family issued a statement where they said that he is in the best of hands. 

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The fatal accident

On December 29 of 2013, Michael Schumacher went for skiing with his son Mick in the French Alps. While skiing he met with a deadly accident where he fell and his head hit a rock. There were really serious and lethal even though he was wearing a helmet to protect him. The doctors treated him said that if he had not been wearing a helmet, he would have died in the accident. Schumacher had to undergo many surgeries since then of the seriousness of his condition. He was also put into a medically induced coma due to the traumatic brain injury. In the year 2014, there were reports that he is paralysed and is also suffering from memory problems. The world's favourite Formula One player hasn't been seen since then and many reports came suggesting a lot of things about his health. Reports earlier this year suggested that his condition is improving and all is being done to get him back to normal. Schumacher has a lot of die-hard fans across the world who really wish for his speedy recovery.

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