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Schumacher's coma could last weeks, months

Michael Schumacher could remain in his coma for weeks, or even months. That is the expert view of Professor Uwe Kehler, the highly respected head of neurosurgery at the Asklepios hospital in Hamburg. As is much of the world at present, he is watching with keen interest the progress in Grenoble of injured seven time world champion Schumacher, who is in a critical condition after a skiing crash last Sunday. Friday, Schumacher's 45th birthday, is the sixth day since the accident, but Kehler told Bild newspaper that the great German's family, friends and fans face a longer wait. "Generally, it takes two to three weeks until a patient with such a severe trauma can be woken up," he...
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