I will accept this challenge, but please, let's cite sources on our arguments instead of having an entire round of sources. Plus, let's agree to only cite websites that are indisputably credible (such as major newspapers, government websites (they end in .gov), etc...), because it is too easy to find articles that someone typed up without any scientific knowledge.
A former CDC researcher came forward and admitted that him and other cdc researchers did a study in 2002, that found a link between autism and vaccines. They found that boys who had been vaccinated earlier were 300% more likely to get autism.
I do not believe that vaccines should be banned. I do believe that they should not be mandatory and that each parent should choose wether they have their kid vaccinated or not. Most of the time vaccines do not cause harm to people. But sometimes they do. Everyone has different body types. Every body will react differently to vaccines. Most people will not be harmed by them but because some people will be hurt or even killed by them, vaccines shouldn't be mandatory.
So, there will be deaths from vaccines. But clearly, if we knew who would suffer from vaccines, we wouldn't give them the shot (Well, to a certain extent we do know some people who couldn't handle vaccines, but I'm talking about the ones we don't know). But, if we don't, then with all the vaccine-caution parents would be way to scared to give their children vaccines. That would be terrible. We need those that can get vaccines to get them. In a sense, it's like sacrificing one to save to save the rest. It isn't something we want, but it's needed to protect from the diseases.