After Human Papillomavirus infection, the three most prevalent cervix disease states are low-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion, high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesion, and cervical cancer. The goal of this research is to identify a viable cure for cervical cancer by pinpointing the origins of the three disease states of the cervix listed above. The Fooling of Homeostasis Hypothesis was used to explain the origins of all three in this chapter. According to this idea, for malignancies originating from stem cells, the would-be cancer cells undergo aggressive growth and aggressive death (at the same rate), deceiving the homeostasis maintained by the surrounding healthy cells and immune cells. This hypothesis claims that the chemicals ethanol-alcohol dehydrogenase and sodium metabisulphite could be used to treat cervical cancer.
Pushpam Kumar Sinha
Independent Researcher, 101, Vijayshree Complex, Kankarbagh, Patna- 800020, India.