I would not, but I would receive absolution from a NO priest if I were in danger of death. Receiving an NO communion is participation in the NOM.
I consider NO priests to be doubtful but one may receive doubtful Sacraments in danger of death.
Assuming proper form, matter, and intention, as well as a validly ordained priest, I can't see any reason the Novus Ordo communion could not be received. Even Archbishop Lefebvre and, if I'm not mistaken, Bishop Williamson, asserted that the Novus Ordo is per se
valid. (There could be many per accidens
I fail to see how material cooperation in the Novus Ordo apparatus, could trump reception of the sacrament at least in danger of death. If one were dying, and the only Eucharist available, were from Eastern Orthodox schismatics or Oriental Orthodox (two different things), would he not receive? (OTOH, there is no question as to whether Orthodox sacraments are valid --- or is
The only pitfall I can see, WRT "receiving doubtful sacraments", is that in receiving a doubtfully valid Eucharist, one is worshiping what is possibly a round cracker as Lord and God of the Universe, whereas when one receives absolution or extreme unction, there is no question of potential idolatry or artolatry.