Our mission is to find treatments and a cure for this rare cancer by advancing research and driving collaboration between patients, researchers, and clinicians.
The Hershey Company has made a generous donation to The EHE Foundation. The world-famous confections company in Pennsylvania gave $500 to support ongoing research efforts into the rare cancer. The Foundation would like to thank Hershey employee Serena Wang for the support. Serena was a personal friend of Mandy O’Connor, who died from EHE in […]Read More
The Bock Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Ernest Bock & Sons, Inc., a construction and hospitality conglomerate in Pennsylvania, has been making substantial contributions to charitable causes for decades. Back in 1992, a Bock employee was tragically killed in an automobile accident. The Bock family aided in funeral expenses, and quickly realized the organization could […]Read More
This run/walk is an all ages and abilities event for EHE. EHE is short for Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma, an extremely rare and often deadly vascular sarcoma (cancer) that primarily affects adolescents and young adults. This event is “virtual”, which means it can be done anywhere you are. You can complete the 3.1 miles by running, walking, […]Read More
Saturday, January 30, 2016 2:30 PM Gotham Comedy Club – The Vintage Lounge 208 W 23rd St New York, NY 10011 Click here for tickets! Mandy O’Connor, a Penn State graduate and THON participant, fought Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma (EHE) for more than a decade. EHE is a rare and often deadly vascular sarcoma (cancer) that largely […]Read More
The EHE community, which includes cancer patients and their families from around the world, benefits from the world-class innovative research that takes place at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) in New York City (US). In 2019, MSKCC received a $1 million private donation to establish an International Center of Expertise in EHE and since that […]Read More
In June, the EHE Foundation provided two Fellowship Travel Grants supporting young investigators’ participation in a workshop entitled “YAP/TAZ and TEAD: At the Crossroads of Cancer.” The workshop is hosted annually by the Telluride Science Research Center (TSRC) and this year was co-led by notable EHE researchers and advocates – John Lamar, PhD, Albany Medical […]Read More
I am writing today to share an organizational change to The EHE Foundation. After four years as a part-time contractor, Medha Deoras-Sutliff has ended her engagement with the foundation to pursue other opportunities. Medha will continue to provide her services to the foundation until the end of November to ensure a smooth transition. Medha came […]Read More