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Comedians Raise Cash for Cancer Study
Ray Romano will be delivering punchlines to raise money for a study examining laughter’s effect on ailing children.
Romano, star of the CBS sitcom “Everybody Loves Raymond,” is the headliner at a Sept. 27 benefit for the UCLA Jonsson Cancer study.
Kevin James of CBS’ “The King of Queens” and standup comedian Wendy Liebman also will entertain, concert co-sponsor Comedy Central announced Wednesday. Tickets went on sale Thursday.
The study, Rx Laughter, is testing whether laughter can help children and adolescents deal with the pain of treating life-threatening illnesses including cancer.
The five-year study, lead by Drs. Margaret Stuber and Lonnie Zeltzer, began in February 2000 with a $75,000 seed grant from Comedy Central.