America's number of cancer drugs in development hits nearly 1,000; Medivation touts quality-of-life score for prostate cancer drug;

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> Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America says that American biopharma groups have 981 cancer drugs and vaccines under development or regulatory review. Item

> CytRx ($CYTR) is presenting "favorable" results of its Phase Ib/II clinical trial for the tumor-targeting doxorubicin conjugate INNO-206 in patients with advanced solid tumors and primary soft tissue sarcomas. Release

> Medistem got the green light continue a clinical trial of a stem cell therapy for congestive heart failure after a safety check of 5 patients who had been treated in the study. Item

> Medivation ($MDVN) and Astellas Pharma touted data from a Phase III study of their experimental drug enzalutamide (formerly MDV3100) in measures of quality of life and time to first skeletal-related event in certain patients with prostate cancer. Release

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> J&J should split itself three ways, Goldman analyst says. More

> Study of Treanda shows great promise for Teva's drug. News

> ASCO: Data on J&J, Medivation meds spell trouble for Provenge. Story

Medical Devices News

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> SentreHEART pulls in $26M for surgical suture device. Article

> Device investment firm gets support from Medtronic, Abbott. News

> LabCorp grabs Medtox for $241M. More

> Boston Sci gets FDA nod for new stent sizes. Story

Biotech IT News

> Proteins computer-designed to block flu invasions. Story

> Accelrys software to support efforts in Texas to study rare cancers. Article

> NIH group to award up to $20B in IT contracts. More

> Dotmatics starts up mobile strategy with iPad app. News

And Finally… This year's $500,000 Lemelson-MIT prize went to Stanford University's Stephen Quake, a founder of Helicos BioSciences, whose biotech inventions could lead to non-invasive prenatal tests for Down syndrome and other genetic diseases. Report