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Schumi wake up 'can take a long time'

It could be some time still before Michael Schumacher wakes up from his coma after Sabine Kehm confirmed that it takes "a long time." The seven-time World Champion has been in a coma since late December when he suffered massive head trauma in a skiing accident. A month after the accident, Schumacher's doctors began the process of waking him up. However, two weeks later that has yet to happen while several publications have claimed Schumacher has developed pneumonia. This was quickly denied by his manager Kehm who has subsequently released a new statement thanking fans for their support. "Michael's family would like to again express their sincere thanks for the continuous...
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