Bodhi (left) and Stacy Baker
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Swansea measles: Father speaks of experience as boy

A father in Swansea who had measles as a boy has explained how important it was for his two sons to have the MMR jab as soon as possible.

The number of cases in the city measles epidemic has now reached 765, amid warnings it will continue to rise for weeks.

Stacy Baker from Port Tennant, in Swansea, said he and his wife Nicola wanted their children Bodhi, three, and Nate, nine months, vaccinated.

Measles epidemic cases rise to 765

  • 16 Apr 2013
  • From the section Wales