There are mainly four types of vaccines: Live-attenuated vaccines, inactivated vaccines, Subunit, Recombinant, Polysaccharide, and conjugate vaccines, Toroid vaccines. In Responds by making special proteins called antibodies that help destroy the germ. Most of the time, your immune system can’t act fast enough to stop the germ from making you sick. But by destroying the germ, it can usually help you get well again. Your immune system is made up of a specialized network of organs, cells, and tissues that all work together to help protect you against disease. When a disease-causing germ like a virus or bacteria enters your body, your immune system: Recognizes the germ as being foreign. · Responds by making special proteins called antibodies that help destroy the germ. Most of the time, your immune system can’t act fast enough to stop the germ from making you sick. But by destroying the germ, it can usually help you get well again. Remembers the germ that made you sick and how to destroy it. That way, if you are ever exposed to the same disease germ in the future, your immune system can quickly destroy it before it has a chance to make you sick. This protection is called immunity. Live vaccines living: Measles, mumps, rubella, Rotavirus, Smallpox, Chickenpox, Yellow fever. Inactivated vaccines. Inactivated vaccines are used to protect against: Hepatitis A, Flu, Polio, and Rabies. These types of vaccines usually don’t provide protection that’s as strong as live vaccines. So, you may need several doses over time to get ongoing immunity against diseases. Inactivated vaccines use to kill version of the germ that causes a disease. Getting vaccinated is easy. Vaccines are available at the doctor’s office and many pharmacies and most are covered by insurance
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