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Céline Dion has lost control of her muscles due to a terrible illness

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  • Céline Dion has a rare disease.
  • The singer’s sister talks about her condition.
  • What is stiff person syndrome?

In December 2022, Céline Dion shared a moving video announcing her retirement from the stage due to health problems.

A year after that announcement, in which she explained that she had stiff person syndrome, more details about her condition have emerged.

The renowned singer’s sister has shared sad news.

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In an interview with 7 Jours magazine, Claudette Dion had heartbreaking news about her sister’s condition.

She stated that, despite Céline’s discipline and tireless work ethic, the future of her career is uncertain.

This revelation backs up information Claudette gave to HELLO! Canada in September.

At that time she talked about the singer’s uncontrollable muscle spasms.

An update on Céline Dion’s health

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This latest update gives us more details about singer Céline Dion’s current situation.

Claudette has provided more complete perspective on the challenges her sister is facing.

The illness forced the artist to cancel her Courage world tour and indefinitely suspend live performances.

According to the New York Post, Claudette expressed concern about Dion’s condition, which affects her vocal cords and heart, making it unclear if she will ever be able to resume her career.

Is there any hope for the star?

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In addition to interrupting her music career, Dion’s condition raises questions about her future.

The uncertainty surrounding the lasting impact of the illness has her fans desperate for news.

The Dion family has received countless messages of support through their organization, Fondation Maman Dion.

However, hopes that Céline will improve are slim despite the efforts of “the best researchers in the field,” according to the singer’s relatives.

Céline revealed her diagnosis last year

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In December 2022, Céline Dion opened up about her struggle with stiff person syndrome in an emotional Instagram post.

As a result, she canceled her world tour, which was originally scheduled to begin in late 2023 and early 2024.

Dion’s post allowed her to speak directly to her fans about having to cancel her tour.

This decision marked a milestone in her career and highlighted the seriousness of Céline Dion’s condition, generating global support and understanding from her fans.

Is she in a wheelchair?

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Claudette Dion denied rumors that are circulating online that Céline Dion is in a wheelchair or has cancer.

She stated that Céline is keeping her spirits up and denied that the illness has affected her love for life.

Currently, the singer is recovering in Denver, rigorously following her medical care plan, according to what her sister told 7 Jours.

Claudette highlighted Céline’s intention to return to the stage, reaffirming her commitment to fully recover and continue making music.

What is stiff person syndrome?

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Stiff person syndrome, a rare neurological disease, is characterized by progressive muscle stiffness, primarily in the torso.

In addition, sufferers are highly sensitive to stimuli such as noise, touch and emotional stress, causing painful episodes of muscle spasms.

Those who suffer from this condition can turn into “human statues,” experiencing difficulty walking and speaking.

This rare disease significantly impacts the quality of life of those who suffer from it — it is a challenging and complex neurological disease.

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