Salvador Cabañas has been improving steadily over the past 24-48 hours. According to his doctor, The cerebral edema has appeared to have receded, and he has shown movement in his arms and shoulders. It is unclear, though, if those movements are voluntary or reflexive.
It was his best day since being admitted Monday morning.
Yesterday, Chava woke up, recognized his family and the Club America officials in his room, moved his arms and feet nad said some words in his native Guarani -- "ipora" Which means, "I'm good." Great news.
He still has a long way to go, but it is a very good sign. Todos estamos contigo, Chava.