The National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center (NSCISC) is an organization that supports and directs the collection, management and analysis of the world's largest and longest spinal cord injury research database, which has been in existence since 1973. It is operated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham's Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and they recently released their annual statistical report which was updated in 2020. We have updated the facts and figures page about spinal cord injuries published on our website, and you can see it at the link below. The study highlights a couple of areas of good news, including the fact that lengths of stay in hospital acute care centers and rehabilitation facilities have declined because of increased strides in medical care and technology. On the other hand, the average remaining years of life for those with spinal cord injuries has not changed since 1980. As you review this data, keep in mind that behind every statistic is a person whose life and family has been completely upended by a terrible injury, and the Joseph Groh Foundation is committed to helping restore some sense of normalcy for these individuals while helping them become more productive.