It is a sad situation.
Unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done to bring the brain back to life once it has become dead tissue. This case is *not* like the Terri Schindler case, where her brain was damaged but she was still alive and aware. Nor is it comparable to a coma case, where the person cannot move or react, but is alive and may be conscious (in some cases).
I was in an induced coma and you are right. I could hear; but not move or react. They couldn’t wake me up for a while; but my husband came in and said he was going to do the dishes. LOL I woke up and said “fat chance”. It’s a hard one. Also, when I was having seizures, I could talk and answer questions as wierd as that sounds.
I just went back and looked at the medical facts of this case and there is nothing there to support the “Aware” part of your comment. The facts support that she was in a long term persistent vegetative state and could never have recovered no matter what therapy she had. Her parents made many claims but not one of them was ever supported by any medical facts. The conclusions from the autopsy supported her husbands statements not her parents.