Cancer cells develop between the uterus and the cervical part leading to the vagina.This is called cervical cancer. Cervical cancer develops mainly due to an infection known as Human papillomavirus (HPV) when the cancer virus combination affects the cells in the cervical area causing mutations which leads to cervical intra epithelial neoplasia resulting in cervical cancer. Not all types of HPV cause cancers but a few may cause cervical cancer. This type of virus may spread by having sex with a person who carries it. This type of cancer may not show any complications for the first few years.