Celine Dion’s sister: “We can’t seem to find any medication that actually works”



According to Celine Dion’s sister, Claudette Dion, the Power Of Love singer is having difficulties since being diagnosed with stiff person syndrome.

Uncontrollable muscle spasms are a symptom of the rare, incurable neurological condition known as stiff person syndrome.

Claudette acknowledged that her sister needed to “rest” when she spoke candidly about the My Heart Will Go On singer’s life to Le Journal de Montréal (via SheMazing).

The sister of the Canadian singer-songwriter added that Celine is “working hard” to determine whether there is a treatment for what some medical experts refer to as “statue syndrome.”

She is paying as close attention as she can to the leading experts in this rare disease, according to Claudette.

When news of Celine’s cancellation of her world tour due to health issues broke, her fans showed her nothing but love and support.

One supporter wrote, “You are all I care about.”

We love you Celine, take care of yourself, another person added.

Fans of the “All By Myself” singer frequently expressed the desire for her to put her health first.

When asked about her sister’s commitment to performing, Claudette remarked, “She always goes above and beyond, she always tries to be the best and top of her game.”

But Claudette thought, “At some point, your heart and your body are trying to tell you something.”

She is disciplined in every aspect of her life, according to her sister, so performing comes naturally to her.

We haven’t found a cure, but holding onto hope is crucial, Claudette emphasized.


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