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Yes, strange as it may seem, your viral load has no impact on cure rate.
You have a high viral load because your body (immune system) is not really trying to do much. The upside is that your immune system is not destroying your liver in its attempts to kill the virus. The downside is that... well, actually there is not a downside besides the extra ink to print the extra zero after 3 million (this is the average viral load).
33 million viruses don't eat much - maybe 1/2 a hamburger a year (they are very small) so you can afford to feed them.
No reason not to get cured and your chances are as good as anyone else. Not 100% on the first pass, but about 95% for GT1,2,4,5,6 and 90% for GT3.
Back in 2015, when we were doing RVR testing on a new drug we saw a guy with a 16 million viral load go to 16 in the first week. These drugs are remarkably effective.