Of the 250 million women over the age of 40 in India, only 7 million are screened annually for breast cancer. That is a screening rate of less than 3% for a disease that ultimately affects one-in-seven women. Mammography, the standard for breast cancer screening, is not only expensive but can have a wait time of several months and is not available in rural areas where 70% of the population lives. Many of the doctors India produces either choose to practice medicine abroad or serve only a small segment of the population. 70% of available healthcare professionals in India address only 25% of the population. Most of the population is therefore forced to travel when they need to see a health care provider. POC Medical System’s Pandora CDx is being developed to address these deficits in India’s healthcare system. Our breast cancer-screening tool, MammAlert, is highly portable and can be brought directly to the patient. It requires only a drop of blood and does not need to be administered by a doctor or nurse. Patients will be able to speak to trained physicians over our telemedicine network to receive results and learn about next steps if necessary.