Michael Schumacher update: Formula 1 legend in Paris for cell therapy

first_img 1 year ago India’s Pankaj Advani wins Asian Snooker Championship to complete career grand slam in cue sports FOLLOW US F1 | Ferrari “unhappy, Disappointed” As FIA Dismisses Their Plea For Sebastian Vettel’s Penalty Review. Details HereMichael Schumacher careerIt has been suggested by old friends he is unable to walk or properly communicate. Schumacher won his first world title 25 years ago and had won his first Grand Prix back in 1992. His glory years were spent at Benetton and Ferrari, for whom he won the last of his 91 Grand Prix victories in China in 2006. He came out of retirement in 2010 for a three-year stint with Mercedes. Fans revere the determined German and his name was chanted at the Monza circuit last weekend for Ferrari’s most successful Formula One driver Schumacher, with his son Mick, who is part of the Ferrari Driver Academy, present.’Very Similar’: Ferrari Chief Sees Shades Of Father In Mick SchumacherGerman Grand Prix | Ferrari Endures Double Disaster; Mercedes Boss Calls It A ‘shame’ The stricken seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is in Paris’ Georges-Pompidou hospital for cell therapy surgery, according to French daily Le Parisien.Michael Schumacher to undergo surgeryThe Paris hospital’s department, contacted by AFP, refused to confirm or deny the news citing medical privacy laws. But according to Le Parisien, the 50-year-old German is in the cardiovascular department overseen by surgeon Philippe Menasche, described as a ‘pioneer in cell surgery against heart failure’. Schumacher will receive stem cells to obtain an anti-inflammatory effect throughout his system, Le Parisien suggests.Formula 1: At 1.88 Seconds, This World Record-breaking Pit Stop Is Nothing Short Of An Olympic-level Feat COMMENT Press Trust Of India Last Updated: 10th September, 2019 11:42 IST Michael Schumacher Update: Formula 1 Legend In Paris For Cell Therapy The stricken seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher is in Paris’ Georges-Pompidou hospital for cell therapy surgery scheduled for Tuesday. SUBSCRIBE TO US Written By 1 year ago Manu Bhaker secures India’s 7th Olympic quota in shooting, misses medal narrowlycenter_img “The treatment will begin on Tuesday morning and (he will) leave the establishment on Wednesday,” said Le Parisien, which claims the former Ferrari star has already been treated there twice this spring. The athlete was struck down by a skiing accident that snapped his helmet in December 2013 and little information on his condition has been made public since then. He was placed in a medically-induced coma for six months after the fall and was moved from Grenoble hospital to Lausanne before being returned home in September 2014 where he receives private treatment. WATCH US LIVE 1 year ago ‘Queen of Indian track and field’ PT Usha gets nominated for IAAF’s Veteran Pin LIVE TV First Published: 10th September, 2019 09:53 IST 1 year ago Red tide sweeps Milan as Ferrari and Italian GP mark 90th anniversary 1 year ago CWG 2022 | Shooter Heena Sidhu and National Rifle Association back IOA’s call to boycott event over non-inclusion of shooting WE RECOMMENDlast_img read more