A father has urged parents to ensure their children have the MMR vaccine after all three of his children were hit by the Swansea measles epidemic.
Speaking to Daybreak, Craig Thomas, 36, from Morriston, said he felt "terrible" that he did not get his children vaccinated sooner.
His 15-year-old daughter Chloe was forced to miss part of a GCSE exam because she was so ill, and his sons Jordan and Keiron now also have the disease.
A man who died in from a suspected case of measles in Wales was infected with the disease at the time of his death, health officials said.
A mother convinced the MMR vaccine led to her son's autism has not immunised her daughter, despite the link being disproved.