Michael Schumacher Health Condition Latest News: Ex-Boss Says F1 Legend Responding To Treatment

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Michael Schumacher continues to be held up at his Lake Geneva mansion and while no major development has been reported, the latest word from former boss Luca Di Montezemolo is perhaps the best one that the fallen Formula One champion has had since his accident back in 2013.

Though the update seems a bit general, the good news is that Schumacher is reportedly ‘reacting’ to treatment.

“I know how strong he is. I’m sure that thanks to his determination, which will be crucial, he will come out from this very, very difficult situation. And I really hope,” says Di Montezemolo via the Express.

The only problem with the statement is that the ‘reacting’ part comes a bit broad thought that may have to suffice for now. The revelation is one rare update on Schumacher whose status have been kept at a minimum to satisfy the family’s wishes for privacy.

Schumacher continues to battle his state after suffering serious head injuries from a ski accident in December of 2013. Michael Schumacher hit his head on a rock and such required emergency brain surgery.

He would eventually be placed in an induced coma for nearly six months until he was discharged from the hospital in June, 2014. He continues to receive medical care at his Lake Geneva mansion where about 15 medical personnel are looking after him.

Schumacher has been reportedly left paralyzed and his medical bills continue to climb. It was reported back in September that the racing legend had racked up a whopping £115,000 per week and that the total costs has hit £12 million.

Any key update on Michael Schumacher has been kept to a minimum and most of that come from his public relations manager Sabine Kehm.

Devoted wife Corrina has never given up hope her husband of 20 years will recover and has taken control of his vast half-a-billion pound fortune.

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