Reports in Germany had claimed that medical staff had given up on bringing the Formula 1 star out of coma.
The manager of Formula 1 star Michael Schumacher has had to deny claims that doctors had given up attempts to revive the German from a medically induced coma.
Reports in Germany said that the staff at Grenoble hospital had stopped trying to bring Schumacher around, but Sabine Kehm says their is no truth in this.
“This phase can take a long time which, much to our regret, can lead to many misinterpretations,” Kehm was quoted by the Telegraph.
She then went onto explain that the situation was ‘unchanged’ and that Schumacher remains in the medically induced coma the 45-year-old was first put under in December.
There have been many differing reports since the motor racing legend was first injured in a skiing accident in the French Alps back in December, but his family remain positive that things will improve.
Schumacher has undergone two operations since the incident and Kehm revealed on January 30 that doctors had reduced the sedation to try and wake him from the coma.
However, this has not seemed to change anything as yet and it is still unclear whether the former Ferrari star will make a recovery or not.