While the release of a Netflix documentary about him is imminent, Michael Schumacher is continuing a long but encouraging recovery according to Jean Todt.
In eight days, the long-awaited documentary dedicated to Michael Schumacher is due to be broadcast on Netflix, with the promise of fresh news from the champion for fans – unseen videos and interviews with relatives in support. With the approach of this event, Jean Todt, faithful among the faithful of the Schumacher family, also makes a few confessions in the columns of the German newspaper Bild.
« I spent a lot of time with Corinna (Michael Schumacher’s wife, editor’s note) since the accident: she’s a wonderful woman who supports the family. She didn’t have a choice, because it happened suddenly and she wasn’t expecting it, and she does it very well. We have mutual trust “Blows the former boss of the Ferrari team, who is always careful not to say too much about the state of health of the former Red Baron.
“He will get out”
Jean Todt nevertheless goes there with his precious information on the subject: ” Thanks to the work of his doctors and the cooperation of Corinna, who wanted him to survive: he survived … but with consequences », Says the president of the French Automobile Federation. ” Michael will slowly and surely improve. With the help of his family, he will get by. »
An optimistic note despite the consequences thus admitted – perhaps the result of the experimental treatment that the Kaiser has been following since last year, based on stem cells. ” The goal is to regenerate the nervous system », Confided the Italian neurosurgeon Nicola Acciari last summer in the medical journal Contro Copertina. To date, among the consequences of the skiing accident suffered by Michael Schumacher on December 29, 2013, only generalized muscle atrophy and osteoporosis have been admitted by the medical profession.
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