Okay. So Japan decided to start using the chickenpox vaccine for everyone. Just shows they can change their minds.
I think that the US, in contrast to Japan, is very reluctant to ever admit a problem with a vaccine, to delay adding a new vaccine or to just skip a vaccine altogether. Japan actually has a much better outcome when it comes to health, as I pointed out earlier in this thread, so whatever mistakes they've made haven't resulted in any huge problems.
In the US on the other hand, the health of our children is in serious trouble. http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/717030
We have a different point of view, for sure.
I think the pile up of anecdotes about serious health problems following HPV vaccines requires careful follow up. You don't.
I think the studies of the safety of the HPV vaccines were carefully designed to avoid spotting the actual problems (by, for example, insisting on definite diagnoses before counting an illness as significant) and cannot, therefore, be considered the final word on safety. You think they are good studies and can and should be used to dismiss the pile up of anecdotes.
You think that the Japanese panicked and that they are sticking to their panic despite kindly folks pointing out that the vaccines are safe and all the reports of problems don't count. I think that the Japanese started out by paying attention to a signal of an unusual number of reactions, but that they subsequently called a scientific gathering to look at the data, and their current position is based on that look at the data, not just on the statistical anomaly. You seem to be pretending that no scientific discussion occurred.
I think that the Danish doctors who have been examining the girls who are having health problems following the vaccine are actually collecting real data about real health problems. You think otherwise.
I think that the Columbian parents and girls reporting problems after HPV vaccines are talking about physical stuff. You, I assume, think otherwise.
To sum up:
Either there are real problems with HPV vaccines or we have mass delusions of parents, teens, doctors and scientists in Japan, Denmark, Columbia, France and the US.