printing organs

In case you missed it, last month researchers at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine announced they are making substantial progress toward the objective of growing human penises in a laboratory.
If replacement penises still sound a bit farfetched, it's worth noting that researchers have already successfully implanted
"For complicated organs -- for example, if the heart fails -- then you need a pacemaker. The pacemaker runs with batteries
Ibrahim Ozbolat joins HuffPost Live to talk about how far off we are from being able to create brand new organs that generate electricity.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has called regenerative medicine the "next evolution of medical treatments