In general, nothing. I gave a lecture on the mechanisms and properties of tumors, it may come in handy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4zz5oVavzs
Cancer is really a terrible disease.
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There is a risk only if you eat your own and raw and freshly cut. Then, in theory, it may sprout somewhere in the digestive tract, and someone else's or "dead" (fried, stale, whatever) will be perceived as meat by the body
Well, let's start with the fact that, in fact, a cancerous tumor cut out of its "habitat" is nothing more than an ordinary piece of tissue, be it a part of the stomach, lungs, etc. Yes, it certainly functions and looks different, but for your stomach it will not differ much from the original tissue. It will simply be digested, and as mentioned above, possibly with dyspeptic symptoms (nausea, vomiting ...). It also depends on the amount and on what you ate with it. The tumors are generally not very large in size, and if it is seasoned with all sorts of sauces and seasonings, it will generally come off as a delicacy. And to be honest, it's a little doubtful about an irradiated tumor that will cause radiation sickness.
Quite an intriguing question with a rather boring answer. If you eat a cancerous tumor, then nothing will happen to you. BUT! If you eat human cancer, it is recommended to fry it. Otherwise, you will eat the raw flesh of a mutated human. As you know, when eating human flesh, and indeed raw meat with blood, you may have tremors, nausea, dizziness, and the like. But the cancer itself won't do anything to you. Unless, of course, this is a tumor of an irradiated person. In this case, you will have radiation sickness and, in the worst case, cancer of the stomach, esophagus, intestines, and possibly death.