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SportNurse's extraordinary Schumacher revelation

06:35  12 september  2019
06:35  12 september  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Michael Schumacher is "conscious", claims a nurse at the Paris hospital where the stricken F1 legend has been taken for stem cell treatment.

Schumacher, 50, was admitted to the Georges Pompidou Hospital for inflammation-reducing treatment. He suffered major head injuries in a skiing accident nearly six years ago.

Le Parisien reported that the hospital "has turned into a bunker" after Schumacher's arrival, with the driver's health a closely-guarded secret ever since his fateful fall in the French Alps.

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The paper anonymously quoted a nurse, who said: "Yes, he is in my service. And I can assure you that he is conscious."

Nurse's extraordinary Schumacher revelation © EPA/AAP Michael Schumacher. Schumacher is reportedly in the care of Professor Philippe Menasche, a cardiac surgeon who is the director of the director of the Brain and Spinal Cord Institute at the Pitie-Salpetriere Hospital.

Professor Menasche is in charge of a group of about 10 people responsible for Schumacher's care and security.

The F1 icon reportedly arrived at the Georges Pompidou Hospital in a blue and yellow ambulance registered in Geneva, surrounded by security guards, with his face and body completely covered by a blue cloth.

Schumacher has reportedly made secret trips to Paris on multiple occasions to received treatment, being admitted under a false name. It is believed that he is paralysed and unable to speak.

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Jean Todt, Schumacher's former boss at Ferrari, visited his close friend after his latest arrival in Paris.

Nurse's extraordinary Schumacher revelation © Paul-Henri Cahier Michael Schumacher, Estoril Test, Estoril, 07 July 1997. (Photo by Paul-Henri Cahier/Getty Images) Todt recently said in a radio interview that he had watched an F1 race with Schumacher at his home in Geneva.

"I'm always careful with such statements, but it's true. I saw the race together with Michael Schumacher at his home in Switzerland," Todt said.

"Michael is in the best hands and is well looked after in his house. He does not give up and keeps fighting."

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She consults for a cough, she has legs and an arm amputated .
© Medisite She consults for a cough, she has legs and an arm amputated A simple flu that seems to have degenerated -he. Jayne Carpenter, a consultant for a persistent cough, ends up having his legs and left arm amputated. She actually developed pneumonia and sepsis. A nurse by profession, Jayne Cartpenter was far from suspecting what was going on. At 51 years , she suffered from a persistent cough punctuated by sputum. She was exhausted and no longer had the strength to walk.

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