After one month in a coma following his ski accident in the French Alps, Michael Schumacher remains in a stable condition.
Michael Schumacher is still in a coma one month after his ski accident but his condition is still stable.
The former F1 world champion hit a rock on the slopes in the French Alps on December 29th 2013, suffering a severe head injury, and a coma was medically induced upon his arrival to hospital.
His manager Sabine Kehm has dismissed reports in the French media suggesting he was on the verge of being woken from the coma as mere “speculation.”
The German is being kept under in order to reduce swelling, having had two operations to remove blood clots from the brain.
Doctors in Grenoble remain reluctant to release a timeline for Schumacher’s recovery, as his prognosis can change frequently.