Michael Schumacher's manager has dismissed reports that his life is out of danger, reiterating that he is still stable but critical, as doctors treating the former Formula One driver said earlier today:
I can confirm Michael’s condition can be considered as stable, as written in the official statement of today.
I cannot confirm to have stated that his life is out of danger.
I refer to the statement given today by the team of doctors treating Michael.
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