(© 2011, 20 February, 2012: V.M.Palaniappan, Ph.D.)
Without prejudice, let me copy-paste here what I have written in chapter 19, on CERVICAL CANCER in my book “Cancer,: Causes, Cure, and Prevention“, between pages 261 and 270:
How is cervical cancer diagnosed?
I wish to repeat here what I have been saying for all other cancer types:
Cancer is the result of accumulation of EXCESSIVE CALCIUM in the soft cells.
 (Therefore, saying that Human Papillomaviruses (HPV) is the causative agent for the development of cervical cancer may not be acceptable.
Such an interpretation resembles the claim made in relation to the development of Duodenal Ulcer, which they say is caused by Helicobactor pylori (H.pylori) bacteria, when in fact it can only be a Secondary Invader, and not the causative agent.
At its threshold point, the brain activates the production of lactic acid (which happens because of the fermentation process due to the absence of oxygen). The need to neutralise the calcium there, appears to be the purpose of this function.
In the acidified environment (at the cervix), being suitable for the existence of viruses, the HPV invades and begins to thrive. When sampled, the cervical tissues are bound to show the presence of HPV. This tends to give a false impression that it is HPV that forms the causative agent for the cancer, when in fact it is only a secondary Invader there.)
At early stages of calcium absorption, the cells enlarge in their sizes, and we call that hypertrophy.
At later stages, the cells divide, become benign tumour, and then turn into cancer.
Once the cancer reaches as advanced stage, it is commonly believed that it spreads to other parts of the body (called, metastasis), and give secondary cancers.
You may want to read the chapter “Let us understand the cancer phenomenon” even before continuing to read the rest of this chapter, for a better understanding of the cervical cancer.
Now, Let us see further the details that are specific to cervical cancer:
Most of the risk factors that give rise to vaginal cancer in a menstruating women appear to be giving rise to cervical cancer as well.
The pre-coital secretions (the slippery liquid that oozes out when a man / woman develops a strong desire for sex), being alkaline and rich in calcium, tends to get absorbed by the cells of the cervical lining.
Towards the end of coitus (i.e., sexual union), the calcium-rich seminal fluid gets ejaculated into the vagina.
Most of the forcibly discharged semen enters into the cervix.
The calcium content of semen gets absorbed by the lining cells of the cervix, and gives rise to cancer later.
 (The purpose being to travel further so as to fertilize the egg for reproduction.)
During menstruation at monthly intervals, the calcium-rich ruptured uterus walls flow out almost non-stop through the vagina as menstrual discharge.
Such discharges may occur for 2 or 3 days in some women, whereas, in some others, it may go on for several days.
A continuous flow of the menstrual fluid for several days can contribute a substantial quantity of calcium to the cervical walls to develop a cancer there.
Thus, all those women who suffer from prolonged menstrual discharges (for 10, 15 or more number of days) tend to become more susceptible for cervical cancer.
Having sex once nightly, amounting to anything between 16 to 22 times a month does not seem to interfere with good health.
In fact, I have recorded in my book “Sex Problems” that such a regular sex relation keeps a woman very healthy and youthful for a prolonged period of life, and the menopause too gets postponed to later years, even to 55 or 60.
Many women who do not experience orgasm in their sexual relations with their husband, stop secreting the pre-coital secretions a few years after marriage.
The same thing can happen to those women who have loveless, or forced sex relations.
Most of the menopausal women too may not secrete it.
As a result of this, the vaginal tract becomes dry, making sexual union very difficult and painful.
In order to ease, the women tend to apply certain creams or lubrications.
If such lubrications contain calcium as their main ingredient, then, that too can contribute to the development of cervical cancer.
It may be of interest to note that several of the ‘undesirable’ habits and occurrences described here can also give rise to vaginal cancer.
You may want to read the chapter “Vaginal Cancer” in this book for more details.
Let me repeat here a small part of the much-needed information that is required for the understanding of any type of cancer:
Accumulation of excessive calcium appears to be responsible for the development of all types of cancers.
* Consuming excessive (calcium-rich) food, essentially because of rapid eating habit.
If a woman drinks 2 – 2.5 L of water daily, urinates about 8 times or more, eats food slowly, avoids consuming excessive quantities of calcium-containing and enriched foods, avoids calcium supplementations, does not take chocolates and calcium-rich beverages including milk and other dairy products, takes some acid vegetables and fruits, and also takes care of the toileting, then, her menses would ‘automatically’ get corrected towards being ‘perfect’, and that would prevent cervical cancer formation to a very great extent.
In other words, just practicing the preventive measures suggested in this book alone would correct a woman’s menses problems.