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The Michael Schumacher Career/Injury/Recovery Thread

Discussion in 'F1' started by NürScud, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. bmwracer

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    The family is throwing everything at him , they have the funds so good for them and kudos for trying , all we can say is best of luck , the prognosis has been terrible for a long time and I am sure he is in terrible shape . Realistically, he needs a miracle for a minimal recovery
     
  2. daytona355

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    Absolutely.... with someone with thendrive of Michael, you can never give up, as he would never do if he were able to decide for himself
     
  3. daytona355

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    Yes, Michael was an excellent skiier, and regularly won the annual skiing competition ferrari hold
     
  4. Natkingcolebasket69

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    Sadly I think it was all fate. Can’t explain it any other way. Kinda like senna: it’s not the wall hit that killed him but that suspension coming back hit is helmet; what were the odds one has no bone fractures hitting a wall at 186mph?
    Hopefully Schumacher does have that miracle recovery. Only thing one can wish him!


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  5. WPOZZZ

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    I would love for this to be true, but with all the resources the Schumacher family has, why now? I mean, stem cell therapy have been around for quite a few years already.
     
  6. F2003-GA

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    Stem cell therapy is far far from perfected still plenty of research going on
    So perfectly reasonable that the timing is now possible - Wishing Michael the best outcome
     
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  7. Nembo1777

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    #5107 Nembo1777, Sep 14, 2019
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    It must be understood that a lot of wrong news come from misunderstandings.

    I have lots of flaws but certainly due to living in eight countries can tell without a doubt when a news comment is misunderstood due to poor translations.
    A Paris hospital staff member stated anonymously to one journalist that Michael was aware, yes....however this was a comment made by this person after he or she saw Michael ARRIVE NOT LEAVE, NOT AFTER TREATMENT.

    In other words there are too many media who know nothing about him or racing, the same herd who only comment on racing when there is a bad accident. Those are the ones who have in the past two or three days spread wrong poorly researched news.

    So that herd of hacks all too willingly, without any serious research into the matter suddenly declared the treatment awoke him and Michael again walketh the earth...no.

    He had some level of awareness when he arrived in that hospital but no news has filtered about any consequences of the treatment, likely because that assessment will take weeks or months.
    Anyone who closely followed the story of the plane that vanished unexplainably in the Indian Ocean is familiar with such lame journalism: that case REALLY revealed pros and charlatans.
     
  8. Ferraripilot

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    Everyone, there is word that Michael Schumacher is indeed conscious.
     
  9. kylec

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    He’s been concious- that’s nothing new.
     
  10. tifosi12

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    True. The question is more how much processing his brain is still doing.
     
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  11. kylec

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    He’s experiencing locked-in syndrome
     
  12. Ferrari 308 GTB

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    I remember some years ago Philippe Streiff said he looked like that .
     
  13. Smiles

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    There’s been a lot of false news and false hope over the past (almost) six years.

    Speculating on his current state is ghoulish gossip.

    Let’s just remember him in his glory.

    Matt
     
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  14. Jeronimo GTO

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    Thanks for these very wise words, Sir!
     
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  15. tifosi12

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    He has become another James Dean/Marilyn Monroe/Gilles Villeneuve in his own way. Forever (relatively) young.
     
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  16. Natkingcolebasket69

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    For the French speaker pretty good insight on
    Why Michael car
    To Paris recently to get treatment. This a serious newspaper


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  17. jpalmito

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    Sadly not very positive.
     
  18. Natkingcolebasket69

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    Nope looks like he Is bed ridden


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  19. jpalmito

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    Bed ridden indeed ,
    And always hidden behind a lot af people in the hospital..
     
  20. daytona355

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    Sadly I didn’t bother with french as school, played truant for those lessons, anyone able to paraphrase it for us? Thanks in advance
     
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  21. bmwracer

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    The short of it is that he has been there before , usually arrived by helicopter, this time came by ambulance from Switzerland . The dr that is treating is a renowned specialist who specializes in stem cell treatments , sounds like he is a cardiologist . He me MS at the elevators and took him to the room , at all times MS was surrounded by numerous staff , neither his body or face was visible but he was in a lying down position .
    The treatment is experimental. That’s about it
     
  22. daytona355

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    Thanks for that bud! Top man


    Forza Ferrari..... the only racing team and car marque that matters. Italia forever It’s easier to apologise than it is to ask permission
     
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  23. jpalmito

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    Exactly, treatment is experimental and it's all about cardiology.
     
  24. Drive550PFB

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    Cardiology is the heart. Schuey's injury is to the brain. That is generally "neuro."
     

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