Celine Dion sends holiday wishes to fans as she battles Stiff Person Syndrome

Singer Celine Dion shared a Christmas message with her followers on Instagram and Twitter, wishing them love, happiness, and "the best of health."

This is Dion's first message since revealing earlier this month that she has Stiff Person Syndrome, a rare autoimmune movement disorder that affects the central nervous system and causes muscle stiffness and rigidity.

Dion mentioned in her earlier message that the condition, which affects about one in a million people, has made it difficult for her to walk and has affected her singing ability. She said that she is working with a sports medicine therapist to improve her strength and performance, but admitted that it has been a struggle.

Dion is known for her iconic song "My Heart Will Go On," which was the theme for the movie Titanic and celebrated its 25th anniversary since its release earlier this month.

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