Cervical cancer is a major disease worldwide, with 500,000 new cases diagnosed every year. Through aetiological studies, an association has been established with HPV infection throughout the pathological spectrum of this disease. A timely review of HPV infection in cervical cancer, this bookprovides the background to the potential for immunological intervention. Basic background is provided, ensuring the book's accessibility to all. Each chapter is integrated so that the book as a whole provides a detailed insight into the most relevant scientific issues of HPV and cervical cancer. This book will provide an interface for students, scientists andclinicians with a realistic and critical evaluation of the advances and problems in the implementation of immunologically based prophylactic and therapeutic strategies in HPV-associated disease.