The highly decorated vocalist, known for hits like “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” was diagnosed with the disease in August.

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Roberta Flack, the exceptionally enhanced entertainer whose raving successes like "Destroying Me Delicately With His Tune" made her among the most conspicuous voices of the 1970s, 

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has been determined to have amyotrophic sidelong sclerosis and can done sing, as per an assertion delivered by her marketing specialist on Monday.

The condition, known as Lou Gehrig's illness, was analyzed in August and has made it challenging for Ms. Flack to talk, the marketing expert, Elaine Schock, said in an email to The New York Times.

Ms. Flack, 85, won Grammy Grants for record of the year and best pop vocal execution in both 1973 and 1974 as she piled up No. 1 singles including 

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The Initial occasion when I Saw Your Face" (1972), "Destroying Me Delicately With His Tune" ('73) and "Feel Like Makin' Love" ('74). Throughout her vocation, she procured 14 Grammy selections.

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A.L.S. is a sickness that makes the nerve cells quit working and bite the dust, as indicated by the Habitats for Infectious prevention and Counteraction

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The nerves then lose the capacity to invigorate explicit muscles, which makes the muscles become powerless, the C.D.C. said.

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The reason for most instances of A.L.S. is obscure, as per the C.D.C., and reports recommend that less than 20,000 individuals in the US have it.

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