Support vector machine(SVM) is one of the most popular machine learning(ML) methods which are widely used as the methodology of choice in Breast Cancer detection because of its unique advantages in critical features detection from complex breast cancer datasets. Quantum support vector machine(QSVM) uses the power of quantum mechanics to improve the performance of classical support vector machine(SVM) algorithms with theoretical acceleration advantage. However, it still suffers from the wide error problem and hardware limits in Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum computing(NISQ). Consequently, we propose a quantum kernel estimation method with measurement error mitigation and test it using the Wisconsin Breast Cancer database first on the IBM quantum processors. The experimental results show that we can achieve remarkable performance improvement in accuracy for solving such binary classification problems compared to state-of-the-art models, which shows the great potential for the design and implementation of machine learning algorithms with quantum advantages in the future.