According to this, Menasché clearly denies media reports that Michael Schumacher is treated with immature experemental methods.
The experimental phase of the applied cell treatment had already ended two years ago.
As the cardiac surgeon emphasized, it has been in the last 20 years great progress in stem cell research given. The treatment of the German Formula 1 legend had met all standards, but it was immediately clear that "miracles could not happen to him".
"I do not do miracles. We do not do any experiments with my team, that's a disgusting word that does not fit my vision of medicine, "Marca quotes the doctor.
At the same time, he emphasizes that "in truth, there is still very little information about stem cells".
What happened before
Schumacher had a ski crash in Meribel, France in late December 2013 severe traumatic brain injury suffered. Since then he has been screened by the public.
His family and friends are extremely cautious about health information and do not disclose details.
Nevertheless, information regularly leaked through at least to his whereabouts. Thus, in February 2019, various media reported that Schumacher and his family had left the villa in Geneva and gone to Majorca, where they had spent the winter holidays.
In early September, there were also reports that the ex-Formula 1 World Champion for a stem cell transplantation had been brought to the prestigious Paris clinic "Georges Pompidou European Hospital".
According to "Le Parisien", he came to the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery where he was assisted by Philippe Menasché, a luminary in his field, subjected to a cell therapy should be.
Menasché is considered a world-class expert in his field. For example, he was the first surgeon in the world to transplant embryonic stem cells into the heart of an infarcted patient in 2014.
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