No it does not. That number is still very low, and it looks to me like there was almost no change at all. CA19-9 is a poor indicator, especially when it's so low like that. It's just one small clue as to what's going on in there. Not all pancreatic cancer patients even have an elevated CA19-9.
The normal range for CA19-9 is 0-37 U/ml. In my research on pancreatic cancer, I have seen people with a CA19-9 up as high as 15,000. My dad's CA19-9 hasn't been tested since late last year. It never went above a few hundred. I really wouldn't be concerned about it unless you see a big jump.
The best way to tell what's happening in there is the PET scan.