Coming up to exams for GCSE / A level students lets make sure they have the best possible prep - check their red books for vaccination records and make sure they're up to speed. If you've questions or worries ask your GP or check NHS website.
There are a few companies cashing I on parents concerns and charging hundreds of pounds - for some thing you can get for free.
Not just me, report on PM and BBC says the company has already has to retract some of the claims on its website and being investigated by public health Wales for suggesting MMR is unsafe. And I'm sure I heard trading standards are interested.
I suggested a company which charges for single vaccines, which are free as part of the MMR can make a lot of money by feeding paranoia.
People are intelligent enough to make the decisions for themselves about what is best for their children. If people want to get single vaccines, that is up to them. The only reason you have to pay for them is that they are no longer available on the NHS. That was the government's decision.