However, as usual, Schumachers team refused to comment on the news, and the hospital did not comment on Schumachers current health.
But according to a nurse working in a hospital, Michael Schumacher has shown signs of recovery. Yes, hes my patient. I can assure you that hes awake at the moment. In addition, the nurse also revealed that Jean Todd, former Ferrari team president, had recently visited Schumacher in the hospital for a short time.
It is reported that Schumacher was treated by Philip Menasher, a leading French cardiac surgeon who carried out the worlds first embryonic cell transplantation for a patient with heart failure in 2014.
Schumacher has been recovering from a serious head injury while skiing in December 2013 at his home in Lausanne, Switzerland. On his 50th birthday in January this year, his family made a rare statement to the outside world, saying that they were doing everything possible to help the Seventeen Crown F1 out of his illness and that he is the best.
So far, Schumacher is still the most successful driver in Formula One, setting a record of 91 Grand Prix championships. He won the world championship twice at Benetton in 1994-1995 and won five consecutive championships at Ferrari in 2000-2004.