That's an interesting scenario. I suppose it's not to far fetched to think serious life extending tech is just around the corner and will be avaliable to the rich. If life can be extended to 150-200 years of age, then the masses might not qualify due to extreme over population constraints.
They're also working on making living organs with printers. Need a kidney? Print one out in hours.
While it is amazing that they created a trachea from the patient's stem cells, we are a LONG way away from creating actual synthetic organs. The trachea is not an organ. It's level of complexity pales in comparison to the liver, lungs, or heart. I don't think we need to worry about the budgetary implications of synthetic organs just yet.