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How magic mushrooms could help smokers quit for good

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Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine are testing whether psilocybin, the psychedelic found in magic mushrooms, could be effective in helping people quit smoking. NBC News medical fellow Dr. Ashkay Syal explains how the study works and what the future of psychedelic treatment could look like.