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Clay produced one country music hit after another until he was diagnosed with Multiple...
In 2003 Tamia announced that she has Multiple Sclerosis.
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Tamia Hill
Tamia Hill (May, 28 1975 in Washington) is a Grammy nominated R&B singer. In 2003 Tamia announced that she has Multiple Sclerosis. During an Interview with Smooth magazine she said that her disease seemed to go into remission during her pregnancy and that her symptoms felt more controlled.
Tamia is not an official MS spokesperson but she reaches out to people with the disease. She also advises people go to as many doctors as you need to until your satisfied with your diagnosis. In Tamia's case it took multiple visits to her doctor before being correctly diagnosed.
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