Dr. Philip A. Roehrs provides detail on the diagnosis process of HLH and mentions how valuable a proper physical and bloodwork can be in its identification. Differentiating HLH from other diseases also has complexity that he believes physicians should be trained in to support an efficient diagnosis. Additionally, he mentions that HLH patients are evaluated on a case by case basis with no true standard of care. He typically resorts to the use of steroids and hopes the stigma around their use is removed. In his experience as a student and a professional, Dr. Roehrs feels that not everything can be covered in training so providing CME opportunities for HLH will result in better trained providers.