I am sorry to hear that you have a hoarse voice and that your lymph nodes are swollen in your neck 1 months after developing laryngitis, and that you are worried that you might have a cancer. There are a number of non-cancer reasons why your voice could still be hoarse, with swollen lymph nodes, but if you want to have a definitive answer you are going to need to be evaluated by an ENT (Ear Nose Throat physician) or otolaryngologist
. They will be able to ask you more questions (i.e. take a proper medical history), and examine you which I am unable to do. Laryngitis, or hoarseness
more generally speaking has many different etiologies, one of them would be cancer. However there are many other more common etiologies. In fact most of the time laryngitis is the result of inflammation of the vocal folds which impairs the vibration from a viral infection. Typically the result of the progression of a viral upper respiratory infection. As you are probably aware, lymph nodes contain immune cells, and so when you are infected with a pathogen it is normal to have lymph node swelling in response to the infection. This can take a long time (sometimes a couple months) to go down. The ENT will be able to examine you and tell you if in fact that is what is going on. I wish you all the best.