Celine Dion's sister reveals disappointing news about the terminally ill singer: the disease is progressing, 1 person in a million suffers from it
The condition of the world-famous Canadian singer Celine Dion, who suffers from an incurable disease, has not improved. The progressive disease, known as stiff-man syndrome, prevents the star from taking to the stage.
The family has not yet been able to find an effective medicine, so the artist is only getting worse. Claudette Dion told about this in a commentary to Le Journal de Montreal, She Mazing writes (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Currently, Celine Dion lives with another sister, Linda, and she helps the artist to find a way to overcome the pain syndrome. Although there is no cure for this disease, the star is trying to fight its symptoms, but so far, she has been unsuccessful.
"We can't find any medicine that works, but it's important to hope. To be honest, I think she needs rest in most cases. She is always doing her best, trying to be the best in her field. At some point, your heart and body are trying to tell you something. It's important to listen to it," Claudette said.
As a reminder, at the end of 2022, Celine Dion admitted that she had been diagnosed with a rare disease that affects one person in a million - stiffness syndrome. Due to her diagnosis, she cannot move and sing painlessly, so she was forced to cancel her European tour.
The singer promised 8 months ago to focus on eliminating the symptoms and promised to work with the best doctors. As of today, she still cannot sing or move painlessly.