Some of you may have seen the miniseries "YEAR MILLION" by National Geographic.
It is a glimpse of how life will be in the future (despite the title, they don´t say specifically how many years from now). It is based on the achievements science could possibly have in a few centuries (so they say). In the first chapter, a girl is mortally wounded in an accident, and the insurance company gives her parents the option of downloading the girl´s brain into an android.
The parents agree, the insurance company takes the girl, and the parents go to the lab to receive a healthy and happy copy of their daughter. Besides being an exact robotic duplicate, the girl has a copy of every single thought of the girl since she was born. And her behavior is exactly the same.
Of course, she has now more "habilities" (enhanced senses, access to the internet directly with her brain, never gets old, to mention just a few...). And (here comes the weird part) she has the same feelings, the same sense of humor, and loves her parents as much as the original girl.
Human feelings and emotions are in part orchestrated by glands and organs outside of the brain (ovaries, testicles, adrenal glands, and so on...). So with no glands, the brand new computer brain of that girl will be immune to pherormones and many other chemical triggers. So, without all those chemical cocktails, can she still have feelings with her computer brain only?