GENEVA – " Michael Schumacher is no longer forced to bed": this is what some British tabloids write, including the Sun and the Daily Mail, about the former Formula One champion, admitted from the day of the Meribel ski accident, French Alps, December 29, 2013.
According to the British tabloids, the progress of the former German champion is due to a £ 50,000 a week treatment involving a team of 15 doctors and physiotherapists who work every day in the Swiss residence of the Schumacher family.
According to the Daily Mail, however, Schumacher would also have been treated at a clinic in Texas, Dallas, which specializes in the treatment of brain damage.
Mark Weeks, the director of the clinic, explained: "We have a great deal of experience with patients who have suffered this type of trauma. There are probably no clinics that treat similar cases like us in Europe. "
The news follows the words of the Catholic archbishop Georg Gaenswein, who visited Schumacher in 2016. The priest said he saw a former champion with a "slightly fuller" face but did not want to add further details for the family's respect.
Now the words of the Mail, according to which Schumacher would no longer be "bedridden or attached to machinery to feed".
The champion will turn 50 on January 3rd. Next to him, in his residence on Lake Geneva, his wife Corinna, his sons Mick and Gina Maria and his father Rolf, who denied a possible transfer of his son to a specialized structure in America.
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