Global Breast Cancer Screening Market will surpass US$ 52.82 Billion by 2027. Worldwide, breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer and a significant cause of mortality among women. Thus, early detection is required for breast cancer diseases. Breast cancer is more general in industrialized countries due to its modern lifestyle; the incidence rate increases in developing countries. In 2020, as per (World Health Organization) WHO, there were 2.3 million women diagnosed with breast cancer and 685000 deaths due to breast cancer globally.

Consequently, regular screening is essential to prevent malignancy. Breast cancer screening is a routine examination to detect breast cancer. Early detection could provide timely treatment of patients, thereby reducing the mortality rate. Breast cancer screening generally involves an MRI scan, mammography, or ultrasound.