The race ace's family have remained tight-lipped about his condition leaving his legions of fans in the dark about his health.
It is believed the 49-year-old German is being cared for by a team of medical experts at his luxury home near Lake Geneva in Switzerland.
He is reportedly receiving £115,000-a-week treatment from a team of 15 physicians and nurses.
The much-loved driver’s manager Sabine Kehm has also always insisted the superstar's health is not a public matter, reports GP Blog.
However today she issued a statement on the driver’s amazing racing career as a stylish poster was unveiled to commemorate his record on the track.
Schuey won 91 races in career and the poster depicts him driving his 2000 Ferrari to victory on his way to his first title with Ferrari.
On behalf of the Schumacher family, Sabine Kehm said: "We are delighted to be partnering with ZOOM to raise money for the Keep Fighting Foundation.
“This is a stunning way to celebrate Michael's iconic career and by the way a very beautiful poster."
Last November, Schumacher's daughter has posted an inspirational message to his fans to keep the hope of his recovery alive.
Gina-Maria, 20, wrote on Instagram: "There is only one happiness in this life, to love and be loved #keepfighting."
One fan replied: "Magnificent, the power of love, god bless your family #Keepfighting #TeamMichael."
His wife Corrina, 46, Gina-Maria and her brother Mick, 18, have rarely spoken out about his condition.
However, the star's former manager Willi Weber said last October: "I find it very unfortunate that Michael's fans do not know about his health. Why are they not being told the truth?"
In 2016 his team were forced to deny claims in a German magazine that he was now able to walk with the aid of therapists.
Keep Fighting is name of the Schumacher family's charitable foundation and also one of the driver's favourite phrases.
In 2007 he said: “I’ve always believed that you should never, ever give up and you should always keep fighting even when there’s only a slightest chance.”
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