Schumacher Remains Stable After Second Brain Operation in France – San Francisco Chronicle

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62
San Francisco Chronicle
Jan. 1 (Bloomberg) — Michael Schumacher, the record seven- time Formula One world champion, was in stable condition in a French hospital today as he recovers from a head injury sustained while skiing, according to his spokeswoman. Doctors in Grenoble
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