We already grow some organs, bladders can now be grown and have been implanted in people and they succeeded in clinical trials, they are working on hearts, liver and other organs. The problem will the time it takes to grow them if you need the organ now then it's not an option. As far of affordable, when compared to long term treatment I'm willing to bet it'll be cheaper to replace the organ rather then give drugs as a long term treatment.
Sorry if the topic seems a little confusing. Research has been progressing with building replica organs of a patient and planting in them. The procedure begs if the process will be an affordable option or not for everyone who has access to medical assistance. I certainly hope it does but im not for certain it will be