Discovered large mass in upper neck front just left of throat. 2 time invasive breast cancer survivor occasionally get choked what do you think this?

Breast cancer. Get seen and examined to identify whether this represents a lymph node or potentially your thyroid.
Get checked now. You need to see a physician very soon. While there is a possibility this is benign, you need further testing asap.

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