I once had a rubber cutting board and it stunk. I mean that most literally. It smelled funny…especially when it was wet. I chucked the sucker after only a few uses.
The finest cutting board I own is made of marble. It cleans incredibly easily, it never gets nicks or cuts in it and it is heavy enough that it doesn’t slip around when you’re slicing and dicing. Sure it dulls your blades pretty easily, but you should get in the habit of keeping your knives keen with regular sharpening anyway. A dull knife causes more injuries in the kitchen than any bacteria-harboring cutting board ever could. I have had this cutting board for over 8 years and it shows no sign of needing to be replaced EVER. I cut whatever I want on it with only a quick wipe of a sponge and a paper towel between each item.
So to sum up…
Wood, plastic and rubber are all inferior to the greatest of all cutting board materials -