Jul 28, 2006 - Camiri, Bolivia - Childrens observe two vinchuca insects that where hiden in their home. More than 23% of the Bolivian population is affected by this disease which is transmitted by a specific bug called 'vinchuca.' This insect grows in the mud houses of poor neighborhoods and attack the victims during the night. It's one of the most typical poverty disease and remains no cure for it. Medicos sin fronteras says that 18 mililon people suffer that disease and over 100 million are in risk to be contaminated in South America. Recently, a Spanish biochemistry scientist, Pilar Mateo, discovered a paint that can stop the growing of bugs and repel them from houses. Her product begins to be used in all South America as a new hope to fight against this plague.