Michael Schumacher Health Status News: Schumacher’s Condition Worse Than Before, Insider Says

By Kanika Gupta - 26 Apr '16 10:48AM

The entire world is praying for health and recovery of Formula 1 champion, Michael Schumacher. However, the recent health status update has a very different story to tell. An unnamed, yet credible source, revealed that Schumacher's condition has gone from bad to worse. A neurosurgeon, on the condition of anonymity, revealed that the F1 star now needs a miracle to survive.

Three years ago, Schumacher suffered a blow to his head and other serious injuries while skiing in the French Alps. After his accident, he was immediately taken to Grenoble Hospital in a comatose state for medical assistance. An operation was performed on Schumacher's brain to reduce the swelling.

After three months of extensive medical care, the seven times F1 champion was shifted back to his family home on the shores of Lake Geneva. Even though he has been at home, he has failed to recover from his injuries and very little information about his health has been revealed to the public.

Sabine Kehm, Schumacher's manager, made a statement recently that claimed that he is "making progress." However, since the progress has been very slow, the fans are getting impatient about his health update. Kehm insists fans to be patient and realistic as his injuries have been very serious.

It is no news that Schumacher's family has kept the relevant health information under tight wraps, and away from the media glare so that they can prevent rumors and speculations. The media sources have published false news in the past that has gravely upset the family. They want to honor and respect the man's wish to disappear from public eye after his retirement.

Schumacher is one of the greatest sport icons and no news about his recovery is worrying thousands of fans all over the world.

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