3d printing organs

The WorldPost
Scientists announced that for the first time ever, they were able to 3-D print an organ, successfully transplant it into an animal and get it to work.
Here are a few reasons big pharma should invest in 3D-printing technologies now--or risk getting left behind for good:
"For complicated organs -- for example, if the heart fails -- then you need a pacemaker. The pacemaker runs with batteries
"Bioprinting organs for human uses won't happen anytime soon," said Tony Atala, director of the Wake Forest Institute for