ROME – "So lives Schumacher today", with this cover title "Bild" returns to talk about a possible recovery of the Formula 1 champion five years after the accident and a few days after his fiftieth birthday.
About 10 "rehabilitation experts" – including physiotherapists, nurses and carers – help the Schumacher family to assist Michael. In the last five years, Schumi's old office has turned into a super-equipped hospital room.
"Nothing has been taken to speed Schumacher's recovery," says Bild, who reports that, among other things, he is made to hear the roar of his old racing car.
"When asked how Schumacher is today there is no short answer", says Bild, adding that the Ferrari champion is no longer in danger of life. "But there is a reason why Schumacher from the accident five years ago could no longer appear in public", comments the tabloid, leaving an aura of mystery.
The daily reports the opinion of a neurobiologist of the Max-Plank Institut, Tobias Bonhoffer, according to whom "in general the breakdown of nervous tissue in the brain or spinal cord can not be repaired. This is the difference with all other human tissues, such as the skin or the liver whose cells regenerate "and that if in some cases of accident some cells replace the work of those damaged" in the case of serious damage to the brain , like what has apparently happened to Schumacher, there are not enough nerve cells available to do the work of the others ". For Schumm's wife, Sabine Kehm "I have a high regard – continues the scientist – and I am admired for how he deals with responsibility this difficult situation and for the way in which he does not communicate the slight changes in the health conditions of Michael Schumacher".
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Source: Blitz Quotidiano