My tomato plant got deer'd, is it done?

A little over a week ago, a large buck ate most of a 5 ft Beefstake indeterminate plant with a fair amount of green fruit. Gone were almost all the leaves save for one small section, most of the growing ends of the branches and all but 5 small green fruit. New foilage is starting to appear.
Any recommendations on pnuning the old branches, or what I might expect or do. It was in a very large pot which I have now moved up to a deck area which get's less light and no deer.
Thanks in advance,
Marc Reinig
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The season is probably too far advanced to provide time for the plant to make any significant recovery
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If it makes you feel any better, the buck will almost certainly regret eating so much of a highly-toxic tomato plant. -Adam
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