The screen is bonded with a UV LOCA glue, and removing it requires significant experience - which few people have unless you work in a repair shop who does this regularly. Glass only is not a DIY job - leave that for someone who is experienced in it. You'll make things worse if you slip up and it's going to be $50 for a new one PLUS any equipment and supply costs.
Most people have to replace the LCD as an assembly due to the sheer difficulty alone, which is why it’s usually a professional only part, and as such a repair done by professionals as a general rule. The issue is someone sees the price differential to do glass only, and doesn't see how difficult it is along with the supply costs AND on top of that the cost of a new display if you mess it up.
While anyone can technically to it, these parts are primarily meant for professionals with the required experience and mistakes made.