Benaya Yisrael ben Aviva (a yeshivah bachur shot by terrorists along with 2 friends, one of whom did not make it) also still very much needs our tefillot.
It seems that Alta bat Chaya will receive U.S. citizenship (via her father, I think) and allowed by the British court to go to America for treatment.
UPDATE: Please keep davening both for her health & a compassionate verdict from the courts because there is conflicting information about what's going on:
(Please see previous post here:please-daven-for-a-good-life-saving-outcome-for-alta-bat-chaya-in-court-today.html )
It's clear that your tefillot help so much, and even save lives—like the life of little Alta.
This screenshot features a comment found on the website for the petition of Alta bat Chaya (Alta Fixsler):
Just to emphasize in the above screenshot, they all believed the BEST outcome would be a vegetative state.
But look what she ended up accomplishing! Marriage, children, caring for others...baruch Hashem!!!
We need to remember that dismal-yet-wrong medical predictions happen all the time.
Probably all of us know people who were told they'd live for only another 6 months and lived for another 2 years, or 5 years—or even enjoyed a complete recovery.
Or a pregnancy sonogram that showed defects, but the baby was born completely healthy.
(Heck, they don't always even get the gender right on these sonograms, as my sister-in-law found out when they said she was carrying a girl, but it ended up being a boy.)
But even when a person does not recovery, it doesn't mean nothing is happening. There is so much we do not know.
For example, my husband's secular nephew remained comatose after a motorcycle accident. When he woke from the coma, he immediately asked for tefillin.
He related that the entire time he was in a coma, an angel accompanied him on a stairway, talking to him and explaining the importance of tefillin.
So better not take chance especially since there are things we really don't know.
We have Jewish Law to guide us in these matters.