I had no idea that genetically modified organs have become well known to a point that people have started to rally for and against it. But what I do know is that the process of genetically modified organs is still an idea, a theory to a large number of researchers and scientist, while others have been able to attain success in the process by developing only animal organs. It's still unknown to me if the recent level of success on the subject has record of any human organ development.
Personally, am not against genetically modified organs. Let's put morality aside and be factual on this subject. The process of reproducing geneticall modified organs will be a huge strive in man's quest for better health conditions. Think of all the people who are suffering from organ failures, and especially those who were born with either mutilated or weak organs. Think of how much lives can be saved with this process. And since the process includes modified organs which are genetically improved, it won't just save lives, it will better those lives.
Given all said above, I don't see why I should disagree with the process. The only reason I see why people might disagree with this process is because of human selfishness. Just like plastic surgeries, GMO will also have it's own share of abuse. And since the process is still in it's early stages, there's little or no control and regulations put in place by relevant authorities for monitoring purposes.