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Lifestyle Intervention for the Reduction of Prostate Cancer

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Lifestyle Intervention for the Reduction of Prostate Cancer Disparities Among African Americans

This trial studies how well a lifestyle intervention works in reducing prostate cancer disparities among African American prostate cancer patients and their spouses or romantic partners. A lifestyle intervention may help researchers learn if social support can help African American prostate cancer patients and their partners improve their quality of life, support from their partner, physical activity, diet, and inflammation.

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Behavioral - Exercise Intervention

Receive exercise plan

Informational Intervention

Receive printed exercise materials

Informational Intervention

Receive physical activity and healthy eating information/materials

Interview

Participate in interview

Nutritional Assessment

Complete nutrition counseling sessions

Questionnaire Administration

Ancillary studies

Behavioral - Telephone-Based Intervention

Receive coaching calls

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Reducing Prostate Cancer Disparities Among African Americans

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NCT04215029

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