Schumacher's sedation 'reduced'

Michael Schumacher's sedation is being reduced to allow the "waking up process" to start, his manager says.

  Bringing the Formula 1 legend out of his coma could take a long time, Sabine Kehm said in a statement.  Schumacher suffered a severe head injury in a skiing accident in the French Alps on 29 December.  He was put into a medically induced coma by his doctors at a clinic in Grenoble after operations to remove blood clots from his brain. Doctors have kept him asleep to help reduce the swelling.  Ms Kehm has said his condition remains "stable".  In a statement on Thursday, she said it had been agreed to communicate details of his sedation "only once this process was consolidated".  Read the full story
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