Michael Schumacher's manager says there are "encouraging" signs in the process of bringing the former F1 driver out of an artificial coma.
Germany's Bild newspaper reported Thursday a "noticeable improvement" in Schumacher's condition.
His manager, Sabine Kehm, confirmed to dpa comments in Bild in which she was quoted as saying: "I can only say again there are signs which are encouraging."
Schumacher, 45, suffered severe head injuries in a skiing accident at the French resort of Meribel on December 29.
The seven-time World Champion was taken to a hospital in Grenoble for emergency surgery and was then placed in an artificial coma.
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