Nothing will happen, the product decomposes under the action of enzymes and gastric juice. Glucose, alcohol, salts and excess water can be absorbed immediately - depending on concentration and combination with other foods. The bulk of what is eaten is exposed to the action of gastric juice. This juice contains hydrochloric acid, a number of enzymes and mucus.
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In short, no - no, because immunity kills foreign cells, and it's hard enough to prevent it from doing this - for this cells must be indistinguishable from their own.
I will not argue, because I do not consider myself an expert , but based on the literature I have read (on genetics), cancer is something like a "riot" of cells. They seem to be like their own (and are recognized by the body as their own), but they don't really bother with the population, which results in a violation of the general functioning of the body, and of course "overpopulated colonies" are tumors. Logically speaking, if you eat some of the abnormally multiplied cells of another organism, then it is unlikely that this will have any effect on your body. It is highly doubtful that these cells will be genetically compatible with yours, and at the same time will not be perceived by the body as an "unwanted element" that must be destroyed. Moreover, how will they have to take root? Through the nutrient tract? It does not transfer "blocks" of ingested food for "installation" directly in the body.
Subjective opinion: no, you will not get sick.