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FI Legend Micheal Schumacher, may get a new lease of life again

By Guardian Exclusive
15 September 2019   |   7:45 am
Car racing legend, Micheal Schumacher, who has been left paralysed and unable to speak after an accident will now undergo stem cell procedure to boost his chances of getting better.

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