A total of 25.4 million patients who participated in the preventive health screening between 2009 and 2013 were screened for cases of pancreatic cancer based on their blood glucose content. The cumulative incidence of pancreatic cancer increased significantly as glucose levels increased, even in populations with normal glucose levels. Determine the relationship between glucose starvation at the plasma level and the risk of pancreatic cancer using data from the cohort of the future national population of Korea. It is not clear whether the risk of pancreatic cancer varies with blood glucose levels. For short-term access, use your Oxford University accountaccount. For full access to this PDF file, you can open an existing account or purchase an annual subscription. Most users must be logged in with their email address. Oxford University Press is a division of Oxford University Press. If you have registered with a username, please use it to login. You can change your cookie settings at any time. This article is also available for sale on DeepDyve.