Whether Michael Schumacher's health condition has improved over the period of last three years or not continues to remain a mystery. The six times Formula One champion survived a fatal skiing accident in the French Alps back in 2013 and is still recovering from it.
According to a report published by CNN, Schumacher's health status continues to be unclear even since his accident in 2013. The retired Formula One player is currently receiving specialist treatment at his home in Switzerland and his health is being looked after by a team of specialist doctors who stay at his home around the clock.
Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm recently said in a statement that ex-player's health is not a public issue and this is the reason why he, himself or any of the Schumacher family members will continue to refrain from making any comments about his health.
The Schumacher family has made sure not to share their son's health update with anyone, be it his fans or the medial personnel. Schumacher's family - his wife Corinna, daughter Gina-Marina and son Mike - recently started the "Keep Fighting Initiative" to collaborate everyone who were or continue to be inspired by the retired Formula One driver.
The intention of their mission, launched before Christmas, was to unite each and everyone who are inspired by Schumacher or his career. In addition, the initiative encouraged them to fight at every step and never give up in life.
Meanwhile, a report published by Daily Star speculates that Schumacher's medical bills may have reached as high as US $14.5 million. This includes the cost of his treatment and the fees for a team of specialists comprising more than 15 physicians and several nurses.
On the other hand, Schumacher's son Mike is trying to continue his father's legacy in Formula One. He has evolved to become a strong driver in motorsports and is expected to join the Mercedes junior driver program soon.© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.