The evidence surrounding the prevalence of cervical cancer (CC) shows that about 80-90% of the disease becoming pronounced when they are at an advanced stage. Based on the literature, CC is a preventable disease. Studies have shown that the reported 528,000 annual cases and more than 266,000 fatal cases in developing countries could have been significantly reduced if the symptoms were known or if patients had effective preventive programs. In recent times, sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has been deeply hit by this disease. According to some studies done in Cameroon, the prevalence of CC is about 13.4%. The incriminating agent is the human papillomavirus (HPV) which is found in 99.7% of cases of cervical cancer The HPV agent is sexually transmissible and there exist about 100 species which are not all pathogen.