Dion is receiving intensive care from doctors and physical therapists, but Claudette, her older sister, has informed her that her prognosis is not good

Vocal cords are muscles, and she lacks control over them, Claudette said to the National Enquirer last year.

It’s true that returning to the stage is the aim in both of our goals. To what extent? I’m not sure,” she continued.

According to reports, those who have stiff person syndrome frequently become wheelchair-bound. Though losing her well-known voice is a tremendous problem, the notion doesn’t upset Dion too much, a source told Radar Online.

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It’s difficult to accept the devastating news that Celine Dion’s voice “is just not coming back.”

Since Celine Dion was diagnosed with stiff person syndrome, her tragic story has taken yet another turn.

Dion has been forced to pull back from singing, the spotlight, her admirers, and pretty much everything else she has become accustomed to over the past three decades due to her incurable neurological disease.

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Dion has had a rollercoaster of highs and lows ever since receiving the devastating news in 2022. Not only did she have to postpone her global tour dates while receiving treatment, but she also had to cancel the remaining dates in May 2023. Her sister revealed in August that her family had tried and failed to locate a medication that would work.

It’s crucial to note that things aren’t completely bleak right now. When the 55-year-old made an unexpected appearance at a Las Vegas hockey game in November, she gave her horde of admirers cause for celebration.

Dion appeared in public for the first time in three years, and many said she looked downright glowing. She posed for pictures with her three sons at the ceremony.

Nevertheless, Dion’s admirers won’t have been expecting much at the start of the new year from the most recent reports.

PARIS, FRANCE – JUNE 14: Singer Celine Dion is seen on June 14, 2017 in Paris, France. (Photo by Marc Piasecki/GC Images)

The All by Myself singer is inconsolable about her continued vocal cord problems, according to Radar Online, and all she wants is to be able to go back on stage and perform.

“She has spasms in her vocal cords. She can sing fine — just like you know Celine for a few notes, then a spasm kicks in and throws what she’s singing completely out of whack.

“Sadly, it’s doesn’t seem to be repairable — whether through surgery or therapy.”

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