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Schumacher's condition improves?

Nine days into his coma, positive news is finally emerging from the Michael Schumacher camp. Multiple authoritative media sources, including major German news agencies and television broadcasters, cited the 45-year-old's manager Sabine Kehm in reporting that Schumacher's life is no longer in imminent danger. "This is a certain relief," she is quoted by Spain's El Mundo. "For the family, the situation is calmer. "This is the start of a long, long period, but thankfully less difficult now. "The most dangerous moment has passed," added Kehm. The SID news agency, and the major German daily Bild, quoted an unnamed source close to the former Ferrari and Mercedes...
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