Vulvar cancer is a malignant persistent growth in the vulva. It is reported for about 4 % of all type of gynecological cancers as well as affects usually women in later life. It is guessed that in 2006, in the United States, about 3,740 new instances of Vulvar cancer will be diagnosed. About 880 women will pass away as a consequence of vulvar cancer. Vulvar carcinoma is detached from a non-invasive lesion of the epithelium, vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia(VIN), which can improve through carcinoma-in-situ to squamous cell cancer. Even, Paget disease of the vulva can be formed. It is caused by the squamous cell carcinoma that creates from the epidermis of vulva tissue.