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We are grateful to the Margie & Robert E. Petersen Foundation for their continued support of The EHE Foundation. They created an urgent call to action for our EHE community by offering to match up to $1 million in donations. Our amazing supporters helped us meet their challenge, and the Margie and Robert E. Petersen Foundation has donated a total of $2 million for ongoing EHE research at the Cleveland Clinic. A huge thanks to our partners and supporters for helping us to continue to make significant progress in EHE research.
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 […]Read More
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!Read More
The York EHE Foundation hosted its 1st Annual Golf Outing to benefit the EHE Foundation and Cleveland Clinic on Friday, July 17, 2015. The event was a huge success raising over $17,000 for our cause! Mandy O’Connor Mandy Elizabeth O’Connor was born in Seoul, South Korea, but became the daughter of Paul and Virginia […]Read More
Any golfers in the York, Pennsylvania area? Devin O’Connor is hosting a golf tournament to benefit EHE Research this summer. If you don’t golf, come out and enjoy a BBQ dinner, silent auction, and other raffles. Delaney and I are going and we would love to fill a table or two with our EHE family […]Read More
On April 22, 2014, Delaney was diagnosed with an extremely rare form of cancer called Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma, also known as EHE. This form of cancer has absolutely zero funding or attention from outside sources because so few people are affected by it. Every penny of research has been funded by EHE patients, families, and friends. […]Read More
Georgiana has a very special place in the hearts of the people who knew her. She had an aggressive type of EHE that at the time of diagnosis already spread to many sites of her body. She underwent very tough treatments, harsh chemo, radiation, surgery, but was one of the most positive enthusiastic members of […]Read More