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Selma Blair's Celebrity Friends Help Her Battle MS
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26 Jul 2019 02:00 AM EST

According to CNN, Selma Blair's celebrity friends are helping her and her son cope with the everyday challenges of living with multiple sclerosis. The 47-year-old actress started speaking about her diagnosis in October 2018, which impacts one's central nervous system. CNN explains, "It is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks its own healthy cells. Symptoms include blurred vision, and difficulty with coordination and balance." Blair, who is on the cover of People Magazine, told People that friends like her "Cruel Intentions" costar Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jaime King started a meal train to provide food for her and her son. Blair explains, "I get weekend meal packs like I've never feasted on before from Reese Witherspoon, from Constance Zimmer and so many people I don't even know through Sarah." Blair adds, "It's the strangest thing that the time that could be the most stressful, I am feeling the most joy...because I've learned more than ever that there are people that support me, that love me. I've seen people dedicate their time to help me."

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