I've appmt for surgery in one month, my thyroid cancer seems to spread to my neck and clavicle, chances to survive?

We can not answer. We can not answer that question as we do not have enough information about your case.You need to to ask these questions to your treating physicians/surgeons.
It depends upon. Many factors and is a question best answered by your physicians. General information can be found at the american thyroid assoc website or at aace.Com.

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