search "Replacement ear grown with 3-D printer"... I am not sure if they will ever print organs such as kidney, liver, heart ect. but I do see them doing ears, skin grafts, arteries, nose maybe.. They do 3d print for biological research and that is a known fact. That in itself is a biggie with lots of possibilities. Do some research. don't just listen some clown analyst. Most analyst have there head up their proverbial anal... have you not noticed that is that 1st 4 letters of analyst... 3d printers should also reproduce intestines and butt holes also.. this will never see $2 again unless shorts and weak longs drive it there because they are looking for a quick buck. and if it ever gets that low I will suck up every share I can find..
also search on "3d print for biological research"
the article tries to paint a broad negative on the industry as a whole .Countless informed geniuses said.no way can you get a plane to fly people, coke wouldnt sell, t,v,wouldnt work on and on.Fact /cutting edge technology, huge demand.parts are already commercially viable,its going to be volatile like any thing new but its not going anywhere but up,long/strong buy ...may not be as long as you think.