One-in-a-million people are living 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 by subscribing to our emails.

EHE Biobank

Patients Powering Research for EHE

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

EHE Global Patient Registry

Patients Powering Research for EHE

The EHE Global Patient Registry empowers people with Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma (EHE) to join together to improve our understanding of this ultra-rare sarcoma. We need every EHE patient to join this critical tool used to support researchers searching for treatments and a cure for EHE.

Consensus Paper on EHE Management

The Consensus Paper is a powerful, EHE-specific resource for patients, caregivers, and medical professionals that answers critical questions regarding diagnosis and treatment. Patients are encouraged to read it to better understand EHE and facilitate more informed discussions and decision-making with medical teams.

Patient Services

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.

Visit Patient Services for resources, education, and support for patients and their caregivers.

Latest EHE News, Events and Research

Dr. Tamara Vesel & Dr. Maeve Baechler

Continued Discussion on Integrating Cancer Identity Into the Self

By The EHE Foundation | June 23, 2022

Drs. Vesel and Baechler facilitated our very first Community Connections event on May 14th. The topic was, “Who am I now? Integrating the cancer identity into the self.” Attendees discussed their own experiences with their diagnosis and how they’ve incorporated EHE into their identities. This will be a continuation of that topic and more! Dr. Vesel is […]

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Jane Gutkovich, EHE Foundation Board Member Emeritus

What Happened at ASCO? EHE Update with Jane Gutkovich

By The EHE Foundation | June 23, 2022

Jane is one of the founders of The EHE Foundation, and currently in the role of distinguished Board Member Emeritus. In this role, Jane works strategically with us to continue to support patients worldwide and recruit researchers to EHE. Jane recently attended the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology Meeting held annually in Chicago, IL. […]

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The Pledge Q1 2022

The Pledge: Edition 28, Q1 – Jan-Mar, 2022

By The EHE Foundation | June 8, 2022

Together, the US, UK, and Australia EHE foundations team up to strengthen the force against EHE. This group provides a quarterly update, which is led by the UK and includes research news, patient and fundraising stories, and much more! Click here to view the most recent edition of our online EHE newsletter, The Pledge.

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Patty Cogswell, EHE Biobank Coordinator

EHE Biobank: Patients Powering Research

By The EHE Foundation | June 7, 2022

You didn’t choose to have cancer, but you can make a difference in how the world fights it. Join Patty Cogswell, EHE Biobank Coordinator, in an informal, interactive conversation on the questions, challenges and benefits of donating tissue and fluids to the EHE Biobank. Learn how YOUR contributions can directly power research and help us […]

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Dr. Tamara Vesel & Dr. Maeve Baechler

Who am I now? Integrating the cancer identity into the self.

By The EHE Foundation | June 7, 2022

You are invited to the EHE Community Connections session on Saturday, May 14th, at 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US). Dr. Tamara Vesel and Dr. Maeve Baechler will be facilitating the discussion and exploring questions like Why is it important to contemplate on identify after the cancer diagnosis. How does the issue of identity relates to symptoms during cancer treatment? Ups and down of resisting versus incorporating cancer diagnosis into one’s life.

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Scanxiety

Scanxiety

By Maggie Cameron | May 23, 2022

What is scanxiety? Scanxiety describes the apprehension felt by people with cancer as they wait for their next scan. It’s a form of anticipatory anxiety. Scans are like emotional roulette. You’re trying really hard not to worry about the unknown, but your body has other plans. Recognizing the Signs of Scanxiety Symptoms of scanxiety vary […]

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EHE community donations expand grant.

Planting Seeds for Future Developments: EHEF Research Grant Grows

By The EHE Foundation | June 14, 2024

The EHE Foundation invests in novel EHE research yearly through its EHE Research Grants Program. The program officially began in 2021, with only a few applicants interested in EHE research. Today, 10 applicants have submitted proposals in our 2024 grants cycle.  Along the way, we have had the good fortune to meet and collaborate with […]

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Ikena Oncology's IK-930 Trial Discontinued

Ikena Oncology IK-930 Update

By The EHE Foundation | June 7, 2024

On May 28, 2024, Ikena Oncology announced they are discontinuing the development of IK-930. We share your frustration and disappointment and understand the devastating impact felt by patients. Following this announcement, we met with Ikena to impress upon them the urgency and importance that patients deriving benefits from IK-930 continue to have access to the […]

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EHE Mental Health Awareness

Navigating the Mental Health Challenges of an EHE Diagnosis and Treatment

By The EHE Foundation | May 30, 2024

A cancer diagnosis can be one of the most daunting experiences in life, not just physically, but mentally and emotionally as well. The journey through diagnosis, treatment, and everything in between often feels like a roller coaster, filled with uncertainty, fear, and a range of intense emotions. It’s important to acknowledge these challenges and find […]

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