The F1 legend and an icon of the century, Michael Schumacher has been missed by fans since 2013 when he suffered a very critical injury to the head, making him in a very fragile condition.
Now, 7 years after the unfortunate ski accident, a renowned doctor in cardiology is set to implement a very new technology in carrying out a stem cell surgery to reestablish the former super-car driver’s nervous system from the get-go. His exact conditions remain in deep secrecy due to a heavily guarded family and associated people’s confidentiality pact, but the severity of the injury can be conjectured in the sheer amount of effort being divested into his reconstructive efforts. French professor and cardiologist Dr Philippe Menasche will carry out the deed, as he is considered one of the pioneering doctors in the field, with a successful track record of operating on Schumacher back in last September.
The technology he is expected to perform involves graft stem cells and growing them on damaged heart tissues, with proven results and precedents to assure those who care for Schumacher.
If all goes well, Schumacher’s damaged cells will get replaced by the regenerated cells and tissues.According to Italian publications, where he has been staying for medical reasons, hospitalized, him being bed-ridden has resulted in his muscles and bones becoming extremely weak and fragile to the core.
The operation is said to be ‘part experimental’ regarding some particularities.
Schumacher’s misfortune started in December 29, 2013 in a skiing excursion with his son Mick, where he fell to his medically induced coma state after being air-lifted to a nearby hospital in the Alps.
He returned home nearly a year later, remaining in home and either refusing or unable to come out to the public eye.Jean Todt, former manager of Ferrari, said he was making ‘good progress.
Jean-Michel Décugis, the journalist at Le Parisien, said that Schumacher had been admitted to hospital in Paris last year.
Mr Décugis said: ‘Our sources say that Michael Schumacher is receiving stem cell perfusions that … produce a systemic anti-inflammatory effect.That is to say they reach the whole body and you could imagine that they reach Michael Schumacher’s brain.
It’s quite mysterious.Officially [Professor Menasché] works only on the heart. He is carrying out experiments with [secretome] that is made by a laboratory from new stem cells and injected into veins, until now only on animals. ’
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