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Michael Schumacher improvement and could be home in late August

Written by Michael Gordon   
Tuesday, 22 July 2014 22:49

Michael Schumacher improvementLewis Hamilton and Jenson Button are among the athletes who have hand written letters of support for the former Formula 1 driver, Michael Schumacher, who is still recovering from serious injuries sustained in a skiing accident last December. According to recent reports, Schumacher is making progress in his recovery and could return home by the end of next August but continue to need assistance from doctors and nurses.

According to The Mirror, quoting the Swiss press, the German pilot would have shown more signs of improvement and communicates with his family by winks. Hamilton had written: "Dear Michael You're always in my prayers Prayers of hope that can overcome these difficult times Earned and much, given much God may be watching you and show you the way back to your family, fans.... and friends. "

The letter Button said: "When I think of Michael Schumacher think of two things: first is one of my earliest memories of being a Formula 1 driver out of the pitlane in Melbourne and seeing the Ferrari of Michael in front of me lifting the leaves while driving. beneath the trees approaching the third turn Even in 2000 was already a legend the second thing that I think about it is that car meandering red familiar in my mirrors Michael was as formidably competitive driver -... always there. ""He's fighting his greatest battle now and I know everyone in Formula 1 hope to win again. Certainly hope I do," said the Briton.

 

Niki Lauda, Boris Becker and Lukas Podolski are among the other characters in the sports world who wanted to send their wishes to Schumacher.

You may receive an innovative treatment.

In the Croatian press has also transcended that Schumacher, who continues to communicate with his wife and children by winks could implant a revolutionary microchip to help. Doctors Darko Chudy and Vedran Deletis have created this microchip that could help you talk and walk again after a long period in a coma.

Swiss doctors now think of putting in a few weeks in advanced electronic wheelchair that can be controlled with your mouth.

 
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