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Exercise Intervention for LGBT Cancer Survivors

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Exercise Intervention for LGBT Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this study is to test preliminary efficacy, as well as acceptability and feasibility, of a dyadic exercise intervention, the current study will randomize LGBT cancer survivors and their non-professional caregivers as dyads to either an individual or a dyadic Exercise for Cancer Patients (EXCAP) intervention. The primary outcome assessed will be psychological distress. Analyses will involve pre-post comparisons of outcomes across the study arms, testing the hypothesis that a 6 week, daily, dyadic exercise intervention will result in greater improvements in psychological distress than an individual intervention.

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Behavioral - Exercise for Cancer Patients

a standardized, daily, 6 week, home-based, progressive exercise program

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Exercise Intervention for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Cancer Survivors and Caregivers

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NCT02459769

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mepXXe