he Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection is an infection related to several disciplines and whose transmission, infection and therapeutic mechanisms are incompletely understood. We conducted a study based on a questionnaire filled in by 130 patients diagnosed with dysplasia or cervical cancer. We aimed at discovering their knowledge about infection, sexual behaviour,and their education level. Results show a considerable lack of knowledge regarding the HPV infection transmission, and a significant lack of sexual education. In conclusion, more efficient informing is highly needed, together with a well-organized interdisciplinary collaboration to fight against and treat the HPV infection, which can be achieved by drawing up a national program/ strategy to prevent and treat the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) infection.