In a larger effort, we are studying methods to improve the specificity of the diagnosis of breast cancer by combining the complementary information available from multiple imaging modalities. Merging information is important for a number of reasons. For example, contrast uptake curves are an indication of malignancy. The determination of anatomical locations in corresponding images from various modalities is necessary to ascertain the extent of regions of tissue. To facilitate this fusion, registration becomes necessary. We describe in this paper a framework in which 2D and 3D breast images from MRI, PET, Ultrasound, and Digital Mammography can be registered to facilitate this goal. Briefly, prior to image acquisition, an alignment grid is drawn on the breast skin. Modality-specific markers are then placed at the indicated grid points. Images are then acquired by a specific modality with the modality specific external markers in place causing the markers to appear in the images. This is the first study that we are aware of that has undertaken the difficult task of registering 2D and 3D images of such a highly deformable (the breast) across such a wide variety of modalities. This paper reports some very preliminary results from this project.