New Jersey physician Kenneth D. Nahum practices oncology and hematology at Regional Cancer Care Associates (RCCA). In addition, Dr. Kenneth D. Nahum has served as the principle and co-investigator on numerous drug studies, including several on aromatase inhibitors (drugs that lower the production of estrogen).
Aromatase inhibitors are commonly used to treat estrogen-receptor-positive cancers, such as breast cancer. The inhibitors may also be prescribed by physicians to help patients with fertility problems or gynecomastia, a condition in which too much estrogen in men causes the breast tissue to enlarge.
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