Multi-parametric(mp)-MRI data such as conventional MRI, DCE-MRI, DWI, etc. are routinely acquired for breast cancer patients. Any motion during mp-MRI data acquisition can affect qualitative as well as quantitative mp-MRI results. In this study, impact of registration on mp-MRI data as well as on quantitative parameters was evaluated qualitatively and quantitatively. Study included mp-MRI data of 40 patients with breast cancer. B-spline based registration performed better than Affine and SyN. It showed highest dice-coefficient, correlation coefficient. It also provided better histograms of quantitative maps and provided lowest sum-of-squared error in signal-intensity curves from ROI at edge and center of lesion.