CÉLINE DION ‘doesn’t have control over her muscles’ due to illness, says sister

Famous Canadian vocalist Céline Dion is still battling stiff person syndrome, an uncommon neurological condition that impairs her muscles. Céline’s degenerative and incurable disease presents considerable hurdles despite her unwavering work ethic and desire to return to the stage. Her older sister, Claudette, voiced concern about her health, saying that she “doesn’t have control over her muscles.” Claudette highlighted that because this ailment affects only one person out of every million, there has been very little research done on it.

While there were rumors that Céline was wheelchair-bound, Claudette rejected them, highlighting her determination and passion for life. Stiff person syndrome can significantly impair mobility, often turning sufferers into “human statues.” Céline is still determined to make a comeback and is sticking to her Denver medical team’s treatment plan.

Despite the difficulties, fans have shown overwhelming support for Céline’s family charity, Fondation Maman Dion, by continuing to send their love and prayers for her.

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