We introduce a categorically new approach for pandemic control, which transforms selfish human behavior from a liability to an asset. Amidst a high-lethality pandemic, it could leverage individual survival instincts across the entire population, naturally incentivizing system-wide behavior that mitigates pandemic spread.One of the central tools in pandemic control is contact tracing, whichinforms people after they have already been exposed to an infected person, and asks all of those people to remove themselves from society, to protect everyone else from themselves.Informed by Game Theory, we reverse the incentives with a newinfrastructure based on mobile devices which helps individuals directlyreduce their own chance of infection (protecting themselves from everyone else). The core concept is to inform every participating user of their network-theoretic distance to each newly reported case, against the network of frequent close physical contacts.This is fundamentally different from contact tracing, because it doesnot seek to control individuals after they are exposed, but ratherempowers not-yet-exposed individuals to take selfish action to avoid exposure in the first place. It is analogous to arming every individual with their personal pandemic network radar. This opportunity was only recently unlocked by the mass proliferation of connected mobile devices, and opens a new category of intervention at the intersection of Game Theory, Technology, and Health.