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vaccines (such as Hib) contain synthetic substances. Toxoid
vaccines contain a toxin produced by the bacterium. For example, the diphtheria and tetanus vaccines are toxoid vaccines. Types of Vaccines Killed (inactivated)
viruses or bacteria
are used in some vaccines, such as in IPV. Attenuated (weakened)
are used in some vaccines such as in the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine. Types of Vaccines