No. Vaccines have practically eliminated many diseases in this country. I don't believe there is good evidence to say that BFing would do the same.
And the choice not to BF doesn't have the same impact on others, IMO. For example, if child A doesn't get, say, a whooping cough vaccine, catches whooping cough, and gives it to a baby who is too young to be vaccinated, I think you can say, "if child A had been vaccinated the baby wouldn't have caught whooping cough." But, if a child is FF, catches a cold, and gives it to a baby, I really don't think you can say, "If the child had been BF, the baby wouldn't have caught the cold."