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blancmange

A rarely used term for the opaque, pink-tan homogeneous appearance of various stromal tumours, including gastrointestinal stromal tumours, after therapy with Gleevac.
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In a hilarious sketch filmed 18 years before Andy was born, Michael Palin played a kilted Scotsman getting hammered by a blancmange from outer space in the Wimbledon final.
Humanity is only saved when a couple from the crowd, Mr and Mrs Samuel Brainsample, invade the court with spoons and eat the blancmange.
The result saw kids dressed up like walking blancmanges for religious ceremonies, dispatched to chapel in limousines with bottles of fake champagne.
TEATIME TREAT: But biscuits like this often contain hidden extrasE122 Azorubine; Carmoi-sine Red azo dye found in blancmanges, sweets, packet jellies and Swiss rolls.