" However, we think it is important to reflect the fact that people with SCI have broad ranges of priorities and that not all feel they need to be cured to have a quality of life – that one doesn’t need to be cured to be whole. We know this based on what so many of our members tell us and from some very interesting research that affirms it." That was either a bias test group, or he's blowing smoke out his ass because every single statistic I've seen is usually split 50-50, with one here and there just barely tipping to one side or the other. Not to mentation just being disabled, and personal experience with reading people's blogs, posts and talking to people in person.