Different Types of Vaccines




Live virus vaccines, killed (inactivated) vaccines, toxoid vaccines and biosynthetic vaccines are currently available and Dr. Deepa Sharma, Family Medicine Physician with Baptist Health Primary Care, describes each one.
The doctor also talks about Hepatitis B vaccines. She says it’s really important because Hepatitis B is a virus that can affect the liver and it can cause chronic liver disease as well.

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