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Tiny Germs, Big Questions – How different types of vaccines work

Let’s learn about the different types of vaccines! Did you know scientists and doctors use different techniques to create vaccines to help save people from certain diseases? Follow along with Anjelica as she talks about how the different types of vaccines work and train your body to fight germy invaders!

In this video, you get to learn about how inactivated/killed vaccines, subunit/conjugate vaccines, live attenuated vaccines, toxoid vaccines, mRNA vaccines, and viral vector vaccines train your body to fight vaccine preventable diseases in different ways!