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Photos Of Miami Cannibal Victim Awake, Walking And Talking

Amazing. The Jackson Memorial Hospital released these photos of Ronald Poppo up and walking, less than a month after after having half of his face chewed off by Rudy Eugene. WARNING: Graphic images.

1. Spokespeople For Jackson Memorial Hospital Say Ronald Poppo Is Alert And Talking, Even Asking Doctors How The Miami Heat Are Doing In The NBA Finals. It Is Hoped Poppo Will Retain Some Vision In His Right Eye (His Left Eye Was Lost In The Attack).

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This undated booking mug made available by the Miami-Dade Police Dept. shows Ronald Poppo, the victim in a horrific face-chewing attack in Miami on Saturday, May 26, 2012.

WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES BELOW

3. “He’s Pleased To Report To All Of You That He’s Feeling Well, He’s Eating, He’s Walking Around With Physical Therapy, He’s Talking With Us,” Said Nicholas Namias, A University Of Miami Trauma Surgeon.

Wilfredo Lee / AP

Dr. Wrood Kassira, right, a University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital plastic surgeon, gestures as she speaks on the condition of Ronald Poppo, pictured at left, during a news conference, Tuesday, June 12, 2012 in Miami.

4. Poppo Is Reportedly Handling Treatment Very Well, The Only Medication He’s Taking Being Antibiotics For A Mild Infection. He’s Suffered Minor Brain Damage Similar To That Of A Car Crash. Doctors Also Suspect Poppo Was Accidentally Shot By Police.

5. Since Poppo Is Homeless And Will Require Many More Surgeries, The Jackson Memorial Foundation Has Set Up A Fund To Assist With His Recovery. $15,000 Has Already Been Raised. If You Would Like To Contribute, Call (305) 597-4404.

Wilfredo Lee / AP

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Gavon Laessig is a deputy news director and front page editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
 
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