One-in-a-million people are diagnosed with EHE worldwide.

Our mission is to find treatments and a cure for this rare cancer by advancing research and driving collaboration between patients, researchers, and clinicians.

We envision a world where Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma (EHE) is easily diagnosed and treatable. Join our dedicated community.

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Whether you are newly diagnosed or have been living with EHE for a while, you are not alone. The EHE Community is stronger together and includes patients, their families and friends and the many specialists working tirelessly to find treatments and a cure. 

EHE Biobank

Patients are the key to finding new treatments for EHE! Researchers need tumor tissue, blood and fluid from EHE patients to understand disease progression and speed development of new drugs and therapies.

Latest EHE News, Events and Research

Justin Bryan Featured

Justin Bryan is One Tuff Dude

By The EHE Foundation | December 8, 2015

In October of 2015, Justin Bryan endured a 10-day trek up 19,341 feet of elevation as he scaled the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Not too shabby for a man who was told 12 years earlier that he would need to have his leg amputated due to EHE. The year was 2003, and Bryan […]

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Brian Frank

Texas Hold ‘Em Fundraiser in Memory of Brian Frank

By The EHE Foundation | August 11, 2015

COME OUT & PLAY: TEXAS HOLD’EM FUND RAISER FOR EHE CANCER RESEARCH IN MEMORY OF OUR SO LOVED AND MISSED, ALWAYS IN OUR HEART ……BRIAN FRANK Saturday, August 29 at 12:30pm in PDT 20838 SE 240th St. Maple Valley WA 98038 EHE or Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma is a extremely rare vascular cancer that only effects 100 people […]

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Mandy and Devin O'Connor

Mandy O’Connor

By The EHE Foundation | August 5, 2015

Mandy O’Connor, a York native, 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 affects adolescents and young adults. Mandy served on planning committees for Relay For Life and volunteered as a Team Captain and routinely spoke […]

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Ava’s Story

By The EHE Foundation | August 4, 2015

Ava is an eight year old girl from Langhorne, PA, where Sesame Place is located. We are about 25 miles from Center City Philadelphia. Ava loves swimming and going to Sesame Place, since it is a water park. Ava loves drawing and takes an Art class on Saturday mornings. She also takes dance class (Hip-Hop) […]

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ASCO Talks About EHE

By The EHE Foundation | August 4, 2015

The American Society Clinical Oncologists (ASCO) met in Chicago in May of 2015, for their annual meeting. The theme, Illumination and Innovation: Transforming Data into Learning, aims to improve patient care across the globe through the application of shared knowledge. This is especially important when talking about rare sarcomas. Jane Gutkovich, Vice President of The EHE […]

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Delaney Thank You

A Night out for EHE Research and Team Laney

By The EHE Foundation | August 4, 2015

On Sunday, July 12, 2015, Ernie’s Irish Pub in Escanaba, MI hosted a fundraiser to raise awareness and funds for EHE Research. It was a big success raising $6,705! It was great fun and the participation and support from the local community and businesses was overwhelming!

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Fabio Vanoli, PhD

An Update from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center – Investigating the Early Molecular Mechanisms of WWTR1::CAMTA1 and YAP1::TFE3 Gene Fusions in Driving the Pathogenesis of EHE

By The EHE Foundation | October 31, 2022

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 […]

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Group picture from Telluride Science Research Center workshop

The EHE Foundation Funds Fellowship Travel Grants

By The EHE Foundation | October 18, 2022

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 […]

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Jenni Kovach & Medha Deoras-Sutliff

An important message from Jenni Kovach, President, The EHE Foundation Board of Directors

By The EHE Foundation | October 5, 2022

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 […]

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