The EHE consensus paper is an important resource for anyone diagnosed with EHE, providing a better understanding of this ultra-rare sarcoma and facilitating more informed discussions and decision-making with medical teams.
Smoothie King in York, Pennsylvania, held its second fundraiser in memory of Mandy O’Connor on October 13. Sean and Nicky Krebs, Smoothie King franchisees and close friends of Mandy and Devin’s, once again donated 50 percent of their sales on what would have been Mandy’s 33rd birthday. Mandy died due to EHE on April 5, […]Read More
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
The EHE Foundation was founded by patients, for patients. Continuing that tradition, we aredelighted to announce that EHE patient John McFadden, Ph.D., CRNA, APRN, has joined ourBoard of Directors. With more than 35 years of experience in health care, Dr. McFadden has held positions as anurse executive, hospital and university program accreditation surveyor, faculty member, […]Read More
During the busy holiday season, The EHE Foundation asks that you join us in celebrating Giving Tuesday, not just on Tuesday, November 28th, but throughout the month of November. All proceeds will support our vision: a world where EHE is easily diagnosed and treatable. Retailers are bombarding us with Black Friday and Cyber Monday advertisements. Let […]Read More
The EHE Foundation is proud to have awarded the 2023 Fellowship Travel Grant to Nicholas (Nick) Scalora, a 5th year graduate research assistant in the Tanas Laboratory, at the University of Iowa, where the team studies the role of the Hippo pathway in sarcomas. Dr. Munir Tanas, expert pathologist and researcher, was first author of […]Read More