Sabine Kehm, Michael Schumacher's manager, has issued a statement today announcing that steps towards the waking of the seven times World Champion from his coma have begun, but that the progress could be very long. Schumacher has been at a specialist clinic in Grenoble since hitting his head in a skiing accident at the Meribel resort in the French Alps more than a month ago.
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Michael Schumacher being brought out of his coma as part of the waking up process, his manager confirms