David Diamond is vice president and head of intellectual property at Capstan Therapeutics, which is developing a targeted delivery platform and therapeutics to reprogram the immune system to treat a variety of diseases. Lois Fassberg Diamond and her husband have moved to Rye Brook, New York, to be closer to their three children and grandchildren Matthew (born in January 2019) and Maya (born in September). Previously, the couple lived in Encino, California, for 21 years. Susan Feinberg, a three-time BRCA-positive cancer survivor, is the first recipient of the Teri Woodhull Empowerment Award, given by FORCE: Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered. The award recognizes Susan’s commitment to FORCE and the hereditary-cancer community. She is also on the board of directors of LitvakSIG (an internet resource for Lithuanian-Jewish genealogy research) and Bay to Sound Neighbors (a nonprofit that supports independent living for Cape Cod, Massachusetts, seniors). Lydia Saravis, who has moved back to the East Coast, is involved in education and advocacy for bladder cancer patients. Daughter Marissa is an attorney in New York City, and son Evan works in Colorado. Benson Zoghlin and wife Mindy are beginning to think about retirement, and are also planning a trip to Spain and Portugal with Scott Israel, P’14, and his wife. Grandparents to Eliana and Ezra, Benson and Mindy reported earlier this year that they were expecting another granddaughter in April.
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