Research Study

Feasibility of using the ARES Device to Measure Sleep Parameters in Men with Asymptomatic Prostate Cancer Before as well as at 6 Months after Starting Androgen Deprivation Therapy


Body Locations and Systems 
Prostate Cancer
Study Start/End 
Jul 14, 2015 to Jun 30, 2018
Diamond Health Care Centre
Eugenia Wu or Olga Arsovska /Clinical Research Coordinators
604.875.4111 Ext. 62338
Purpose of Study 

The primary purpose of our study is to examine the feasibility of using the ARESTM device to measure sleep parameters of PCa patients who are on ADT. In addition, we will also assess the feasibility of obtaining serial questionnaires from patients. In this small pilot study, we will describe subjective sleep quality, morphometric measures, urinary symptoms, hot flashes, and weight gain.

Recruitment poster


Prostate cancer patients who are starting ADT and plan to be receiving treatment for at least 6 months (with or without radiation therapy).


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