Our mission is to find treatments and a cure for this rare cancer by advancing research and driving collaboration between patients, researchers, and clinicians.
Thanks to “Good Vibes for McKenna, A Celebration Benefiting Cancer Research” for hosting an EXTRAORDINARY two-day event held January 21st and 22nd in Fort Myers, Florida. We truly appreciate their $25,000 donation to The EHE Foundation to support EHE research and for creating much needed EHE awareness! The event featured a fine dining experience and […]Read More
Our vision at The EHE Foundation is to live in a world where EHE is easily diagnosed and treatable. The support of our community directly impacts every single person diagnosed with EHE. Patients, donors, doctors and researchers help us make that vision a reality. During our Giving Tuesday 2022 campaign, we featured these “Champions of […]Read More
Thank you for helping us reach our $150,000 goal on Giving Tuesday to fund the 2023 Research Grants Program! A special thanks to the 374 donors, 16 people affected by EHE who held successful fundraisers, and the countless individuals that shared their personal EHE story and our mission. We are grateful for your contributions and […]Read More
With sincere gratitude to each patient who has contributed to the EHE Biobank, patient-driven research was on the global stage! Denise Robinson, The EHE Foundation Director of Research and Patty Cogswell, EHE Biobank Coordinator, presented a poster on the EHE Biobank on behalf of The EHE Foundation last month at the CTOS 2022 Annual Meeting […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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) […]Read More
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