The doctor who holds the hopes of millions of Schumacher fans hit back at the critics saying he is not ‘performing experiments’
Any Michael Schumacher health update turns many heads. The F1 icon star has not been seen in public since he met with an unfortunate skiing accident in 2013. More recently, it was reported that he was treated at Georges-Pompidou hospital using stem cell therapy.
With this piece of news, speculations started that the doctor is performing experiments on the iconic Formula One driver
Sadly, fans have not been able to get much updates on Michael Schumacher health recovery. It is a thing that the Schumachers have kept under the veil since 2013. In an unfortunate incident, he fell and cracked his head while he was skiing along with his son Mick Schumacher (who is tracing his father’s footsteps into fame).
This injury left him paralysed. In fact, he was put under a medically induced coma for months. Later, he was shifted to his house in Gland where he got intensive care.
Stem Cell “Experiments”
Now latest reports Michael Schumacher health recovery update suggests that he is undergoing stem cell therapy. His doctor who has a million hopes in his hands, was criticised for carrying out experiments on him.
Dr Philippe Menasché treated the former F1 racer in Paris last month. A local media organisation claimed the operation was “experimental.” But not much was known about the undergoing treatment. But many believe that the champion received “transfusions of inflammation-reducing stem cells”.
Now The Sun reported that Dr Philippe Menasché denied those claims. “I do not perform miracles. My team and I are not doing an experiment — an abominable term that is not in line with a serious medical view,” the doctor told Italian newspaper La Republica.
Michael Schumacher Health Recovery
Little is known about the seven-time champion’s present condition. but according to his former Ferrari manager, Jean Todt, he still might have difficulty communicating.
Moreover, it is understood that he cannot walk or stand. Also, after the procedure that he underwent last month a nurse disclosed it to French publication Le Parisien, that Michael Schumacher was conscious.
Not only this, but the publication also reported that Schumacher has been treated at least twice previously at the Georges-Pompidou hospital. And every time that he was there, he was under a false name.