Michael Schumacher could be able to ‘cry at stories’ and ‘move his thumbs’, top brain expert believes as he undergoes stem cell treatment

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MICHAEL Schumacher might be able to “cry at stories” and “move his thumbs”, a top brain expert believes, as the Formula One legend undergoes stem cell treatment. Neurological expert Matilde Leonardi recalled a patient who after four years in a “state of minimum consciousness suddenly responded wi...

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How Arsenal could line-up for Carabao Cup clash vs Forest with Bellerin and Tierney fit and Willock, Saka and Martinelli set to start

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A TEEN equestrian star was crushed to death after her horse somersaulted and fell on top of her, an inquest heard today. Iona Sclater, 15, had been riding at her family’s country estate in Abington Pigotts, Cambs, when the tragedy unfolded. ...