Susan Collins Illness: What Disease Does Susan Collins Have?

Susan Margaret Collins is an American politician who is a senior senator from Maine. She is a member of the Republican Party. She is the longest-serving member of Congress having held her seat since 1997.

Senator Collins was born in Caribou, Maine on 7 December 1952 into a family of 8. She is a graduate of St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York. She began her career as an assistant staff for Senator William Cohen in 1975.

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She was president of the student council during her High School days at Caribou High School. She was also chosen to participate in the U.S Senate Youth Program during her senior year of High School.

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Susan Collins Illness: What Disease Does Susan Collins Have?

It has been reported severally that Susan Collins suffers from spasmodic dysphonia. However, she has not publicly stated that she suffers from such a condition political watchers and her followers have been curious about the quivering in her voice.

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Spasmodic dysphonia is a medical disorder in which the voice box periodically goes into spasm making the sounds produced strained.

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