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Michael Schumacher's management refutes claim that 'he is breathing on his own'

Michael Schumacher's management have refuted reports in an Italian newspaper that the former Formula One racer is breathing independently for the first time since his fatal skiing accident on December 29.In a state of induced coma in hospital in the French town of Grenoble, Schumacher's condition has not seen any improvement over the last few weeks. Fans though saw a glimmer of hope when Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sports reported that the 45-year-old was 'recovering without respiratory assistance'. Schumacher's management though have said that the report - which was without any official confirmation - should be considered invalid. "The situation has not changed. Any medical...
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