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Lifestyle and Prostate Cancer Survivors and Their Partners

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Lifestyle Behavior Influences Among African American Patients With Stage 0-III Prostate Cancer Survivors and Their Partners

This trial studies the day-to-day stress, social support, and health lifestyle behaviors (such as physical activity and nutrition) in African American patients with stage 0-III prostate cancer survivors and their partners. How patients cope with stress may affect their lifestyle behaviors. This study may help understand not only survivors' behaviors but also partners' behaviors and how they interact.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

Device - Accelerometer

Wear accelerometer

Ecological Momentary Assessment

Complete EMA questionnaire

Questionnaire Administration

Complete questionnaire

Survey Administration

Complete survey

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One Plus One Can Be Greater Than Two: Ecological Momentary Assessment for Black Prostate Cancer Survivors and Partners

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NCT04189770

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