Our mission is to find treatments and a cure for this rare cancer by advancing research and driving collaboration between patients, researchers, and clinicians.
Biobanking is a brand-new endeavor for us at The EHE Foundation. Researchers retain frozen and stored tissue and biological samples from surgeries, which usually remains within the institution where the procedure takes place. Today, biobanking is a game-changer for rare disease and patient-led organizations like ours. Biobanks accelerate research by safe-guarding high-quality, donated tissue samples […]Read More
Dr. Rubin used a novel approach to target the gene fusion that causes epithelioid hemgioendothelioma, engineering a novel, first-of-its-kind mouse model of the disease, which will help advance studies to identify new treatments. Click here to read the full article. Sharing exciting news highlighting Dr. Brian Rubin’s research at the Lerner Research Institute at Cleveland […]Read More
For Immediate Press Release: SCIENTIFIC PEER REVIEW OF CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED MEDICAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS’ RARE CANCERS RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs’ (CDMRP), Rare Cancers Research Program (RCRP) consumer advocate Leah Heinrich recently participated in the evaluation of research applications submitted to the RCRP. Leahwas nominated for participation in […]Read More
We invite you to join our Circle of Friends! With so much uncertainty around us, your consistent support means more than ever. Why a monthly giving campaign? It’s Sustained Support: Monthly gifts allow us to predict our donations and plan ahead by expanding research and strengthen The EHE Foundation It’s a Community: Becoming an EHE […]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